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int item_number; string item_name; double item_price; cout "Please enter the item_number, item_name, and price: " endl; // ok: but more error prone cin >> item_number >> item_name >> item_price; cout "The values entered are: item# " item_number " " item_name " @$" item_price endl; }
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is composed of the following nine characters: 'a', 'b', ' ' (space), 'c', '\n' (newline), 'd', '\t' (tab), 'e', and '\n' The following program, however, using the input operator, only reads the five alphabet characters:
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#include <iostream> int main() { char ch; // read in, then output each character while ( cin >> ch ) cout ch; cout endl; // }
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When executed, this program outputs the following:
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By default, all the white space characters are discarded If we wish to read the white space as well, either to preserve the format of the original input or to process the white space (such as keeping a count of each newline), one alternative is to make use of the istream get() member function (the ostream put() member function is generally used in conjunction with get() we'll look at both these functions in more detail later in the text) For example:
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char ch; // get each character, including white space while ( cinget( ch )) coutput( ch ); // }
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(A second alternative is to use the noskipws manipulator) Both of the following sequences are treated as consisting of five strings separated by white space if read by either the const char* or string input operators:
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The presence of quotation marks does not cause embedded white space to be handled as part of an extended string Rather, the two quotation marks become the first character of the first word and the last character of the last word respectively Rather than reading in each individual element explicitly in turn from standard input, an istream_iterator can be used to effect the same behavior For example:
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#include <algorithm> #include <string> #include <vector> #include <iostream> int main() { istream_iterator< string > in( cin ), eos ; vector< string > text ; // copy the values read from standard input into text copy( in , eos , back_inserter( text ) ) ; sort( textbegin() , textend() ) ; // remove all duplicate values vector< string >::iterator it ; it = unique( textbegin() , textend() ) ; texterase( it , textend() ) ; // display the resulting vector int line_cnt = 1 ; for ( vector< string >::iterator iter = textbegin(); iter != textend() ; ++iter , ++line_cnt ) cout *iter ( line_cnt % 9 " " : "\n" ) ; cout endl; }
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The input to the program is the text of the program itself The text is stored in a file we've named istream_iterC Under the UNIX system, we can redirect a file to standard input as follows (istream_iter is the name of the program):
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(For a non-UNIX system, refer to your Programmer's Guide for assistance) When executed, the program generates the following output:
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(The iostream iterators are discussed in Section 124) In addition to the predefined input operators, overloaded instances of the input operator can be introduced to support the reading in of user-defined class types Section 205 looks at this in detail String Input Strings can be read in as either a C-style character array or a string class type Our recommendation is that you use the string class type The primary benefit is the automatic management of the storage associated with the string For example, to read a string in as a C-style character array, we must determine a size for the array a size large enough to accommodate each potential string Typically we read each string into this array buffer, then allocate the appropriate memory to hold the string exactly from the free store and copy from the buffer into this made-to-order memory chunk For example:
#include <iostream> #include <stringh> char inBuf[ 1024 ]; try { while ( cin >> inBuf ) { char *str = new char[ strlen( inBuf )+1 ]; strcpy( str, inBuf ); // do something to str delete [] str; } } catch( ) { delete [] str; throw; }
The string type is considerably simpler to manage:
#include <iostream> #include <string> string str; while ( cin >> str )
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