Where can I find apstring.h and apstring.cpp?

Where can I find the files apstring.h and apstring.cpp?


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  • All I have to say is that they are worthless :)



    They are slow, overly large, and cannot preform most of the array/pointer tasks than a simple character array can.



    By any chance were you unfortunate enough to ever run into a MetroWorks Compiler? All I can say is, go with DJGPP or Borland if at all possible.




  • : All I have to say is that they are worthless :)

    :

    : They are slow, overly large, and cannot preform most of the array/pointer tasks than a simple character array can.

    :

    : By any chance were you unfortunate enough to ever run into a MetroWorks Compiler? All I can say is, go with DJGPP or Borland if at all possible.

    :

    :



    perhaps he's in ap comp sci, that's where i was introduced to apstring. but the

    ap classes do serve 2 definate purposes when first learning c++... they simplify

    any work you'd be doing w/ an array, and later show how creating classes is

    useful. but i wouldnt use them beyond the learning process. besides, arrays

    arent too tough to grasp anyways, right?



    but to answer the question, i beleive my comp sci teacher told us we could get

    them from the ap board's website or something. otherise, i think i have them...

    email me



    Ryan


  • AP Computer Science is a joke. I took a C++ course, they didn't teach me anything I wanted to learn about. The instructor didn't know them either =P



    These topics include: Templates, STL, and COM :)



    Even worse, the class was Macintosh based, I am severly biast against Mac/Apple :)




  • : AP Computer Science is a joke. I took a C++ course, they didn't teach me anything I wanted to learn about. The instructor didn't know them either =P

    :

    : These topics include: Templates, STL, and COM :)

    :

    : Even worse, the class was Macintosh based, I am severly biast against Mac/Apple :)

    :

    :



    ah geez, a mac C++ course? how horrible. basically all they teach you is what

    you could read in a c++ book... but it's the closest thing to a legitiment comp

    class at my school. basically it's that, or cisco, or VB. my teacher taught us a

    bit of vc++ , but wouldnt go into graphics API's!! dammit all to hell.



    Ryan


  • They never teach anything useful, so I spent the entire class teaching other students how to do their programs. I did every program assigned in under an hour (typing time mainly, even though I average at 50-60wpm).



    They tried to convince me to take the more advanced course, but I refused to ever take a public course again, just because of the idiocy that was displayed by the instructors =P



    I'm not saying they weren't nice people, it was just that I've known more C++ since I was 13 than they ever have :)




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