CStringT Members
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CStringT Members 

Constructors/Destructors

CStringT::CStringT

Constructs a CStringT object in various ways.

CStringT::~CStringT

Destroys a CStringT object.

Methods

CStringT::AllocSysString

Allocates a BSTR from CStringT data.

CStringT::AnsiToOem

Makes an in-place conversion from the ANSI character set to the OEM character set.

CStringT::AppendFormat

Appends formatted data to an existing CStringT object.

CStringT::Collate

Compares two strings (case sensitive, uses locale-specific information).

CStringT::CollateNoCase

Compares two strings (case insensitive, uses locale-specific information).

CStringT::Compare

Compares two strings (case sensitive).

CStringT::CompareNoCase

Compares two strings (case insensitive).

CStringT::Delete

Deletes a character or characters from a string.

CStringT::Find

Finds a character or substring inside a larger string.

CStringT::FindOneOf

Finds the first matching character from a set.

CStringT::Format

Formats the string as sprintf does.

CStringT::FormatMessage

Formats a message string.

CStringT::FormatMessageV

Formats a message string using a variable argument list.

CStringT::FormatV

Formats the string using a variable list of arguments.

CStringT::GetEnvironmentVariable

Sets the string to the value of the specified environment variable.

CStringT::Insert

Inserts a single character or a substring at the given index within the string.

CStringT::Left

Extracts the left part of a string.

CStringT::LoadString

Loads an existing CStringT object from a Windows resource.

CStringT::MakeLower

Converts all the characters in this string to lowercase characters.

CStringT::MakeReverse

Reverses the string.

CStringT::MakeUpper

Converts all the characters in this string to uppercase characters.

CStringT::Mid

Extracts the middle part of a string.

CStringT::OemToAnsi

Makes an in-place conversion from the OEM character set to the ANSI character set.

CStringT::Remove

Removes indicated characters from a string.

CStringT::Replace

Replaces indicated characters with other characters.

CStringT::ReverseFind

Finds a character inside a larger string; starts from the end.

CStringT::Right

Extracts the right part of a string.

CStringT::SetSysString

Sets an existing BSTR object with data from a CStringT object.

CStringT::SpanExcluding

Extracts characters from the string, starting with the first character, that are not in the set of characters identified by pszCharSet.

CStringT::SpanIncluding

Extracts a substring that contains only the characters in a set.

CStringT::Tokenize

Extracts specified tokens in a target string.

CStringT::Trim

Trims all leading and trailing whitespace characters from the string.

CStringT::TrimLeft

Trims leading whitespace characters from the string.

CStringT::TrimRight

Trims trailing whitespace characters from the string.

Operators

CStringT::operator =

Assigns a new value to a CStringT object.

CStringT::operator +

Concatenates two strings or a character and a string.

CStringT::operator +=

Concatenates a new string to the end of an existing string.

CStringT::operator ==

Determines if two strings are logically equal.

CStringT::operator !=

Determines if two strings are logically not equal.

CStringT::operator <

Determines if the string on the left side of the operator is less than to the string on the right side.

CStringT::operator >

Determines if the string on the left side of the operator is greater than to the string on the right side.

CStringT::operator <=

Determines if the string on the left side of the operator is less than or equal to the string on the right side.

CStringT::operator >=

Determines if the string on the left side of the operator is greater than or equal to the string on the right side.

See Also

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