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MString and MStringArray

MString is a dynamic string class that is mostly compatible with the MFC CString. It is implemented with linked lists. MStringArray is a dynamic array of MStrings (based on the MFC CStringArray).

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Recent releases

  •  03 Dec 2004 17:13

    Release Notes: This release removes the deprecated headers, fixes the GetBuffer() bug, fixes the char * constructor bug, makes ToInt() take negatives and ToDouble() work better, and adds better compare functions.

    •  26 Feb 2001 09:01

      Release Notes: This release includes Bruce Riggins' .Format and const char, automation conversion, a double consutrctor, and some miscellaneous bugfixes.

      •  26 Sep 2000 22:23

        Release Notes: Fixes for various bugs and a start on new features.

        •  06 May 2000 01:08

          Release Notes: A configure script, first release of MStringArray, a new operator() function, additions of ToChar(), Split(), and ToInt(), a a rewrite of Find() for speed.

          •  02 Apr 2000 06:23

            Release Notes: Name changed from GString. Various code improvements.

            Recent comments

            29 Mar 2000 13:50 thementat

            Name Change
            Well, since I do want to maintain compatiblity with gtk+, I will problably change the name of GString to something else. The two ideas proposed to me are: gCString and gnuString. I am leaning toward gCString, what do you think?

            29 Mar 2000 13:19 dap24

            re: what about GString in glib?
            I haven't used the gstring in glib, but the benefit of this GString is more for ex-windows programmers who want to easily port code (like me :). It's source compatible with MFC's CString so you just need to s/CString/GString/gi in your code.


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