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    String Concatenation

    Which function is used to concatenate Strings in symbian?

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    Re: String Concatenation

    what abt append;

    thanks

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    Re: String Concatenation

    Please look at the following Snippet

    Const Char* a="Some String is here";
    Char* b="Some String is also here too";
    Now i want to concate. How can i do that?

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    Re: String Concatenation

    In Symbian C++ you are supposed to use descriptors. If you cannot use them (if you are writing multiplatform code for example) then you still can use strcat() or strncat() functions.
    Regards,
    ivey

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    Re: String Concatenation

    Quote Originally Posted by Aliencse View Post
    Please look at the following Snippet

    Const Char* a="Some String is here";
    Char* b="Some String is also here too";
    Now i want to concate. How can i do that?
    If you use char* and PIPS you can use strcat()

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