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Porting qbasic to c++

Posted on 1997-06-11
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is there an equivelent to the following in c++? if so how is it written?
ASC
len
MID$
RIGHT$

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jgriner@surfsouth.com
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Yes, sure. In Visual C++ MID$, LEFT$, RIGHT$ are Mid, Left, Right methods of CString class, len is strlen function.
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