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tabstop in vc++

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hi experts,

how can i add a tabstop to a cstring in vc++?

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Question by:obiwankenobi6bone
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by:leflon
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hi obi

if mean by 'tabstop' that you like to insert a tabulator char (step to next tabstop) then use the '\t' sequence.

char str[] = "Hallo\tworld!\n";
cout << str << endl;

will print something like

Hello         world!

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if you use a CString there is no difference

CString str;
str = "Hallo\tworld!\n";

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