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• Chapter 4 - Pointers and Strings

Pointers and Strings the study of strings is useful to further tie in the relationship between pointers and arrays. It also makes it easy to illustrate how some of the standard C string functions can be implemented. Finally it illustrates how and when pointers can and should be passed to functions.

• XSLT Cookbook

One of transformation's most primitive forms is the transformation of character sequences otherwise known as strings. Unlike the ancient language SNOBOL or the relatively modern Perl, XSLT was not specifically designed with string manipulation in mind. However, Chapter 1 shows that almost anything one wants to do with strings can be done within the confines of XSLT.

• Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 4: Performing calculations and manipulating data: Expressions

Chapter 4 - Performing calculations and manipulating data: Expressions. The following will be discussed in this chapter: Describe the operators and functions used to create arithmetic, string, and logical expressions; explain why errors occur and how to avoid them; write logical expressions using comparison operators and logical operators.

• Chapter 9 String

So c-string parameter is array parameter C-strings passed to functions can be changed by receiving function! Like all arrays, typical to send size as well Function "could" also use "\0" to find end, So size not necessary if function won’t change c-string parameter

• Lecture C++ programming: from problem analysis to program design - Chapter 9: Arrays and strings

After completing this unit, you should be able to: Learn about arrays, explore how to declare and manipulate data into arrays, understand the meaning of “array index out of bounds”, become familiar with the restrictions on array processing, discover how to pass an array as a parameter to a function,…

• Lecture Programming in C++ - Chapter 13: C++ string class

On completion of chapter 13 students will know how to: Create strings with the C++ string class, manipulate strings with string functions, read a word, or multiple lines from keyboard, use the string class in programs.

• Phát triển web với PHP và MySQL - p 13

String Manipulation and Regular Expressions CHAPTER 4 95 LISTING 4.1 Continued mail(\$toaddress, \$subject, \$mailcontent, \$fromaddress); ? Bob’s Auto Parts - Feedback Submitted Feedback submitted Your feedback has been sent. 4 STRING MANIPULATION FIGURE 4.1 Bob’s feedback form asks customers for their name, email address, and comments. Note that generally you should check that users have filled out all the required form fields using, for example, isempty(). We have omitted this from the script and other examples for the sake of brevity.

• PHP in a Nutshell

PHP in a Nutshell is a complete reference to the core of the language as well as the most popular PHP extensions. This book doesn’t try to compete with or replace the widely available online documentation. Instead, it is designed to provide depth and breadth that can’t be found elsewhere. PHP in a Nutshell provides the maximum information density on PHP, without all the fluff and extras that get in the way. The topic grouping, tips, and examples in this book complement the online guide and make this an essential reference for every PHP programmer. This book focuses on the...

• Phát triển web với PHP và MySQL - p 14

String Manipulation and Regular Expressions CHAPTER 4 105 return a number greater than zero. If str1 is less than str2, strcmp() will return a number less than zero. This function is case sensitive. The function strcasecmp() is identical except that it is not case sensitive. The function strnatcmp() and its non-case sensitive twin, strnatcasecmp(), were added in PHP 4. These functions compare strings according to a “natural ordering,” which is more the way a human would do it.

• Phát triển web với PHP và MySQL - p 15

String Manipulation and Regular Expressions CHAPTER 4 115 We can adapt the Smart Form example to use regular expressions as follows: if (!eregi(“^[a-zA-Z0-9_]+@[a-zA-Z0-9\-]+\.[a-zA-Z0-9\-\.]+\$”, \$email)) { echo “That is not a valid email address. Please return to the” .” previous page and try again.”; exit; } \$toaddress = “feedback@bobsdomain.com”; // the default value if (eregi(“shop|customer service|retail”, \$feedback)) \$toaddress = “retail@bobsdomain.com”; else if (eregi(“deliver.*|fulfil.*”, \$feedback)) \$toaddress = “fulfilment@bobsdomain.

• Manipulating Strings

Thao tác Strings Cho đến nay, chúng tôi đã xử lý chủ yếu là với các con số. Bây giờ là lúc để tìm hiểu về những phương pháp mạnh mẽ của lớp String, mà bạn đã được giới thiệu trong Bài 4, "Sử dụng lớp Object." Sử dụng phương pháp lớp String, bạn có thể tìm thấy các nhân vật cụ thể trong một chuỗi, thay đổi trường hợp của chuỗi, đảo ngược các ký tự trong chuỗi, và nhiều hơn nữa....

• DSP A Khoa học máy tính quan điểm P17

Digital Signal Processors Until now we have assumed that all the computation necessary for DSP applications could be performed either using pencil and paper or by a generalpurpose computer. Obviously, those that can be handled by human calculation are either very simplistic or at least very low rate. It might surprise the uninitiated that general-purpose computers suffer from the same limitations.

• GNU C Library Application Fundamentals

A comprehensive guide to implementing the standard C libraries which are both POSIX & OPEN/X compliant. Contains the most commonly used functions, such as: opening, reading, and closing files; screen I/O; performing math; character and string manipulation; and memory allocation. Contains code examples and usage recommendations. Every programmer, from first year students to experienced programmers, will find this book useful.

• Lecture An introduction to object-oriented programming with Java: Chapter 9 - C. Thomas Wu

Chapter 9 - Characters and strings. After you have read and studied this chapter, you should be able to: Declare and manipulate data of the char data type; write string processing program, applicable in areas such as bioinformatics, using String, StringBuilder, and StringBuffer objects; differentiate the three string classes and use the correct class for a given task; specify regular expressions for searching a pattern in a string; use the Pattern and Matcher classes; compare the String objects correctly.

• Lecture C++ programming: from problem analysis to program design - Chapter 8: User-defined simple data types, namespaces, and the string type

In this chapter, you will: Learn how to create and manipulate your own simple data type—called the enumeration type; become familiar with the typedef statement; learn about the namespace mechanism; explore the string data type, and learn how to use the various string functions to manipulate strings.

• Lecture Programming principles and practice using C++: Chapter 3 - Bjarne Stroustrup

Most programming tasks involve manipulating data. In this chapter, we will: Describe how to input and output data, present the notion of a variable for holding data, introduce the central notions of “Type” and “Type Safety”.

• Lecter Java: Program design - Chapter 3: Objects

Learning objectives of this chapter include: Develop a mental model of an object and a reference; describe how to define and use object type constants and variables; explain the roles of constructors, member methods, and class methods; present object assignment; introduce the String class and its methods for creating, examining, searching, evaluating, and manipulating substrings and characters.

• PHP Programming Solutions

Simplify and shorten the PHP application development cycle using the in-depth information contained in this hands-on guide. PHP Programming Solutions clearly lays out more than 250 programming challenges alongside practical solutions, functioning code, detailed explanations, and usage tips. Inside, you'll learn to manipulate strings and arrays, work with HTML and Web pages, accept and validate user input, parse XML code, and resolve programming problems using PEAR and PECL widgets and extensions.

• How to Design Programs Languages

A string is enclosed by a pair of ". Unlike symbols, strings may be split into characters and manipulated by a variety of primitive functions. For example, "abcdef", "This is a string", and "This is a string with \" inside" are all strings. A character begins with #\ and has the name of the character. For example, #\a, #\b, and #\space are characters.