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From: jeff_at_[hidden]
Date: 2001-06-01 18:49:20

> -----Original Message-----
> From: jbandela_at_[hidden] [mailto:jbandela_at_[hidden]]
> Yes. Use const char* instead of string::const_iterator as the
> iterator argument. Leave all the other parameters the same. It will
> take the cstring and break it up into a series of strings.

Thanks. This might make an illustrative example of how to use something other
than just strings.

const char test_chars[] = "This,,is, a.test..";

// Use the convenience token_iterator
  typedef token_iterator<string,const char*,punct_space_separator<char> >
  CharTokType begin(&test_chars[0],&test_chars[17]), end;
  copy(begin, end,ostream_iterator<string>(cout,"|"));
  cout << "\n";


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