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The following variant, admittedly inefficient, inserts a subportion of the new string marked by a position and length
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#include <string> typedef string::size_type size_type; // get the position of the 3 words size_type posA = new_strfind( 'A' ); size_type posD = new_strfind( 'D' ); size_type posT = new_strfind( 'T' ); // ok: replace T with "Type" sentencereplace( position+2, 1, new_str, posT, 4 ); // ok: replace D with "Data " sentencereplace( position+1, 1, new_str, posD, 5 ); // ok: replace A with "Abstract " sentencereplace( position, 1, new_str, posA, 9 );
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Another variant provides for the replacement of a substring with a single character repeated a specified number of times For example:
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string hmm( "Some celebrate Java as the successor to C++" ); string::size_type position = hmmfind( 'J' ); // ok: let's xxxx out Java hmmreplace( position, 4, 4, 'x');
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There is a final variant we'd like to illustrate in which we use a pointer into an array of characters and a length to mark the new string For example:
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const char *lang = "EiffelAda95JavaModula3"; int index[] = { 0, 6, 11, 15, 22 }; string ahhem( "C++ is the language for today's power programmers" ); ahhemreplace(0, 3, lang+index[1], index[2]-index[1]);
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Here is an example of the second format in which an iterator pair is used to mark the substring targeted for replacement
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string sentence( "An ADT provides both interface and implementation" ); // points to the 'A' of ADT string::iterator start = sentencebegin()+3; // replace ADT with Abstract Data Type sentencereplace( start, start+3, "Abstract Data Type" );
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Four other variants allow the replacement string to be a string object, a character inserted N times, a pair of iterators, or a C-style
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string in which N characters are used as the replacement character set That is all we wish to say about the string operations For more-detailed or complete information, see the C++ Standard definition [ISO-C++97] (At the time of this writing, there is no preferred text on the Standard C++ library) Exercise 618 Write a program that accepts the following two strings:
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string quote1( "When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd" ); string quote2( "The child is father of the man" );
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Using the assign() and append() operations, create the string
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string sentence( "The child is in the dooryard" );
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Exercise 619 Write a program that, given the strings
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string generic1( "Dear Ms Daisy:" ); string generic2( "MrsMsMissPeople" );
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implements the function
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string generate_salutation( string generic1, string lastname, string generic2, string::size_type pos, int length );
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using the replace() operations, where lastname replaces Daisy and pos indexes into generic2 of length characters replacing Ms For example, the following
string lastName( "AnnaP" ); string greetings = generate_salutation( generic1, lastName, generic2, 5, 4 );
returns the string
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Dear Miss AnnaP:
Building a Text Location Map
In this section, we build a collection of line and column locations for each unique word in our text to introduce and explore the map associative container type (In the following section, we build a word exclusion set to introduce and explore the set associative container type) In general, a set is most useful when we simply want to know whether or not a value has been seen, and a map is most useful when we wish to store (and possibly modify) an associated value In both cases, the elements are stored in an ordered relationship to support efficient storage and retrieval In a map, also known as an associative array, we provide a key/value pair: the key serves as an index into the map, and the value serves as the data to be stored and retrieved In our program example, each string object serves as a key, and the vector of line and column locations serves as the value To access the location vector, we index into the map using the subscript operator For example:
string query( "pickle" ); vector< location > *locat; // returns vector<location>* associated with "pickle" locat = text_map[ query ];
The map's key type string, in our example serves as the index The associated location<vector>* value is returned To use a map, we must include its associated header file