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ost::StringTokenizer::iterator(3) Library Functions Manual ost::StringTokenizer::iterator(3)

NAME

ost::StringTokenizer::iterator - The input forward iterator for tokens.

SYNOPSIS

#include <tokenizer.h>

Public Member Functions


iterator ()
virtual ~iterator ()
iterator (const iterator &i)
copy constructor. iterator & operator= (const iterator &i)
assignment operator. iterator & operator++ () THROWS(NoSuchElementException)
shifts this iterator to the next token in the string. const char * operator* () THROWS(NoSuchElementException)
returns the immutable string this iterator points to or '0' if no token is available (i.e. char nextDelimiter () const
returns the next delimiter after the current token or ' ', if there are no following delimiters. bool operator== (const iterator &other) const
compares to other iterator. bool operator!= (const iterator &other) const
compares to other iterator.

Friends


class StringTokenizer

Detailed Description

The input forward iterator for tokens.

Author

Henner Zeller

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

ost::StringTokenizer::iterator::iterator () [inline]

virtual ost::StringTokenizer::iterator::~iterator () [inline], [virtual]

ost::StringTokenizer::iterator::iterator (const iterator & i) [inline]

copy constructor.

Member Function Documentation

char ost::StringTokenizer::iterator::nextDelimiter () const [inline]

returns the next delimiter after the current token or '\0', if there are no following delimiters. It returns the very next delimiter (even if skipAllDelim=true).

bool ost::StringTokenizer::iterator::operator!= (const iterator & other) const [inline]

compares to other iterator. Usually used to compare against the end() iterator.

const char* ost::StringTokenizer::iterator::operator* ()

returns the immutable string this iterator points to or '0' if no token is available (i.e. i == end()). Do not store pointers to this token, since it is invalidated for each iteration. If you need the token, copy it (e.g. with strdup());

iterator& ost::StringTokenizer::iterator::operator++ ()

shifts this iterator to the next token in the string.

iterator& ost::StringTokenizer::iterator::operator= (const iterator & i) [inline]

assignment operator.

bool ost::StringTokenizer::iterator::operator== (const iterator & other) const [inline]

compares to other iterator. Usually used to compare against the end() iterator.

Friends And Related Function Documentation

friend class StringTokenizer [friend]

Author

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