- Apr 13, 2020 I'm having a problem while comparing one character from a string with a. This is a part of a pretty complex loop (or, it's complex for me, since I'm new to C and programming), but the case is that I need to compare the value of a given i index of a string to a string. For example: #.
- To compare two string in C Programming, you have to ask to the user to enter the two string and start comparing using the function strcmp. If it will return 0, then both string will be equal and if it will not return 0, then both string will not be equal to each other as shown in here in the following program.
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I'm having a problem while comparing one character from a string with a .. string.
This is a part of a pretty complex loop (or, it's complex for me, since I'm new to C++ and programming), but the case is that I need to compare the value of a given i index of a string to a string. For example:
Well, this is just a silly example program, but I hope you see whats wrong (because I don't..)
(PS: If you don't understand my english or if I have done something against the forum rules, please send me a PM, so it won't happen again.)
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- commentLatest Postby Arne KristofferLatest Post
Very simple mistake:
if (str[x] 'a') should be:
if (str[x] 'a') You are comparing each character from a string with another character, so you need single quotes instead of double
Compare Two Strings C
if I have done something against the forum rules
C++ String Compare Fast
Actually, you are one of the few people who get the Code-tags right in their first post, so : bravo!