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c_str

Syntax:

    #include <string>
    const char* c_str() const;

The function c_str() returns a const pointer to a regular C string, identical to the current string. The returned string is null-terminated.

Note that since the returned pointer is of type const, the character data that c_str() returns cannot be modified. Furthermore, you do not need to call free or delete on this pointer.

Related Topics: String operators, data

 
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