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JString
Design of the library:

Programming in both the Java and C++ as well as UNIX and NT I found myself with a various problems that perhaps is common among other developers and programmers. One problem was porting a C++ program to Java or vice-versa. During such conversions, the string manipulation in C++ and Java were not similar and as a result the conversion process was non-intuitive and cumbersome. Another problem was using a specific string class in C++ for many weeks and then when switching over to the Java language -- simply programming with the Java string class was a re-learning process with various visits to the documentation of the library. Perhaps the most common of all problems, no string library available for the C++ compiler on UNIX at all! As a solution, I decided to create a JString library for C++ with the identical public specification as the Java String library (with only a few Java specific omissions). Using both libraries interchangeably with both languages and both platforms has solved all of my problems...and hopefully it will help others as well.

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The library is fairly simple in usage. You may visit the String class specification at JavaSoft.


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