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Split function in vc++

Posted on 2003-11-10
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I have text file containing some lines(separated by \r\n) .Each line contains some coma separated values. Is there any built in fns available to spilt a String based on some delimiter and populate it into an array (like split function in vb) in VC++

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1) strtok function - quick and dirty solution. C++ snobs don't like it, but it works.

2) http://www.boost.org/libs/tokenizer/index.htm - string tokenizer class which is part of Boost library:

http://www.boost.org/
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strtok is what I usually use, but I believe that strtok is NOT thread safe, so if you're using multi-threading technology, you may have to dig further.

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I think my answer is OK.
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