The code implementing the ADT.
A simple program to prove that it works.
The only additional restriction I'll put on you is that you must use a simple array of characters to store the values. Remember, don't get carried away. Create a simple and useable design.
Domain: the local character set (for this exercise, ASCII will be fine)...
the letters: A...Z and a...z
the digits: 0...9
other symbols: the usual punctualion marks and mathematical symbols
Construct an empty string
Construct an initialized string
Assign a new value to a string
Append new values on the end of an existing string
Display the contents of a string
Equal to is true if two string are the same
Not equal to is true if two string are different
Less than is true if the first string is smaller than the second string
Less than/equal to true if the first string is either the same as or smaller than the second string
Greater than true if the first string is larger than the second string
Greater than/equal to true if the first string is either the same as or larger than the second string
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