Juan Rodriguez_Computer Programming -C++I-1_week 10_ Individual work 2

Juan Rodriguez_Computer Programming -C++I-1_week 10_ Individual work 2

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Questions 10-19 Questions 10-19 By: Juan Rodriguez Computer Programming – C++I-1 March 16, 2016 1
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Questions 10-19 10.Which standard C++ library function allows you to compare two strings? When you use strcmp () you can compare two strings. 11.What is the ASCII collating sequence? Strings are compared through the ASCII collating sequence. This is considered to be a sequence which uses codes to represent alphabets and symbols. The collating sequence is an increasing set of numeric values and codes. 12.Which standard C++ library function allows you to paste one string onto the end of another? What must you be careful of when using this function? When you use strcat () to append one string to the end of another. You just want to make sure that the function is completely copied and that nothing is missing. 13. What header file must you include to use the standard library character classification functions? The header mainly declares the function to classify and transform individual characters.
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  • Fall '15
  • ManishPatel
  • main memory, standard C++ library, C++ library function

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