convert char* to string c++ Code Answer's

In C++, you can't convert char* to std::string. If you want to convert a char* to a std::string, you need to use a library function like str().You can use the std::stringstream class to convert a char* to a string. It takes a char* as its argument and returns a std::string.

convert string to char c++

on Jan 01, 1970
// "std::string" has a method called "c_str()" that returns a "const char*"
// pointer to its inner memory. You can copy that "const char*" to a variable
// using "strcpy()".

std::string str = "Hello World";
char buffer[50];

strcpy(buffer, str.c_str());

std::cout << buffer;	//Output: Hello World

//POSTED BY eferion ON STACK OVERFLOW (IN SPANISH).

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c++ cast char to string

on Jan 01, 1970
// example
char sczName[] = {"Jakes"};
std::string strName = std::string(sczName);

/* SYNTAX
#include <string>
std::string(<char-to-convert>)
*/

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why convert char* to string c++

on Jan 01, 1970
char *cStr = "C++";
std::string Str = std::string(cStr);

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C++ int to char*

on Jan 01, 1970
std::string s = std::to_string(number);
char const *pchar = s.c_str();  //use char const* as target type

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char to string c++

on Jan 01, 1970
std::cout << std::string(1, c) << std::endl;

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how can I convert a string in char in c++?

on Jan 01, 1970
string x = "h";// a string
chat a = x[0];// a char
// here string --> char

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However, if your char* is not null terminated, then the str() function will not work. In this case, you may have to resort to using the atoi() function from the stdlib.h header file or perhaps even the strtol() or strtoul() functions.

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