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From: BWilliams <jitenderji AT my-deja DOT com>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: DJGPP implementation of C++ string class
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 1999 04:06:02 GMT
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So, at the Delorie site, I found a brief set of specifications on how
to use the GNU implementation of the new C++ String Class. But, the
thing that I have so far been too dense to figure out is, where is the
library/header located?  I found the <cstring> header, but it doesn't
look to be the right stuff, as far as I can tell.  And I found the
<bastring.h> header, which is supposed to be a subsection of the C++
String class.  It doesn't look to be the right stuff either.  I can't
seem to figure out where the library is that is being refered to.

Can anyone tell me the obvious thing that I'm missing, or where to look
to find out?

--Brandon Williams--------------------------------


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