Hi I am relatively new to C++. I am trying to write a program that will compute the reverse of a strin (i.e. flow will return as wolf). The hint I have been given is: Reverse the substring starting at the second character, then ass the first character at the end.
I have attempted to write the program several times. I thought I finally had one that worked. This program compiles and lets you enter a string but then it will just say "Segmentation fault"
Here is my source code:
using namespace std;
string reverse(string str)
string last (1, str[str.length()-1]); // new string of last character
string reversedstr = reverse(str.substr(0,str.length()-1)); //reversing
string flip= last+reversedstr;
cout << "Please enter a string" << endl;
cin >> str;
while (str.length() ==0);
Thank you guys for your help however Aciex with your suggestion I still got the same error, so the problem is in my function somewhere. And vlad from moscow I only got more compiler errors with your suggestion.
This leads me to think that I am taking the hard road trying to write this function does anyone have any more simple thoughts on how to write this recursively but without any loops??