Guys! Having trouble here. suppose a user enters in these numbers with spaces or maybe even commas. What function do I use to get all of the numbers from the same line even characters. Would really appreaciate it if someone helps me this.
cout<<"\n\n\n\tEnter in number 3: ";
cin>>number3; //suppose I typed in 123 32,345. How can i get all these numbers under one line. For instance, convert 123 32,345 in to 123323454?
cout<< "\n\nNumber 3 is " << number3;
Appreciate your response! I'm sorry, I was not unable to understand that. I thought string can be used for characters only, instead of numbers. Moreover, how would I enter it in my code if I wanted to delete it. I was thinking ignore...but then when I test it or debug it. I get an empty value for number3.
const string NUMS = "1234567890";
//get the number
cout << "Enter number: ";
//get all numbers out of original
while(origin.length() > 0)
//if this character is a number
if((int)NUMS.find(origin.substr(0, 1)) >=0)
//add character to stringstream object number
number << origin.substr(0, 1);
//remove first character
origin = origin.substr(1);
//convert number to an int
number >> num;
cout << num << endl;