The STringArray Class

The STringArray Class

The STringArray class represents an array (or list) of character strings. Written by Ron MacCracken, this class was generated to simplify the use of strings in C++ programs. It is a simple implementation where the user is responsible for indicating the length of the array.

To Obtain the Class

To obtain the STringArray class you need both the include file STringArray.h and the source code file STringArray.C.

The user must also include the STring class for this class to operate correctly.

Notice the capitalization of the first two letters of the class. This was done to avoid name conflicts with libraries and other classes that are currently utilized in various subsystems (e.g. X, gl) of the workstation environment that we utilize.

This class was generated for a research system at UC Davis and has worked in a variety of situations. Unfortunately, this is not a guarantee that it will work in your situation. You may use it ``as is'' or can modify it. If you find errors, and can correct them, please send mail to the address below, as we would also like to know about them.

This document maintained by Ken Joy.
Comments to the author : joy@cs.ucdavis.edu

All contents copyright (c) 1998
Computer Science Department, University of California, Davis
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Ken Joy
Wed Jan 7 14:59:06 PST 1998