Comments from C-strings and pointers - :
Search the C-strings and pointers page for the following sentence. It appears to be missing "there" at the end: "If you have been directed here, please hang in."
In the memory subsection, is this a good place to mention the stack vs. the free store?
Early in the pointer subsection, is this a good place to describe pointer arithmetic? For example, incrementing a char * advances the pointer 1 sizeof(char).
Also, is it worth noting that std::string can contain null characters?
In the string literal subsection, should it specify where string literals are put in memory (or however they are handled by the compiler)?
In the Trim a string page, the examples are all functions definitions. Should there be a little example that uses
In the Switch on a string page, it doesn't mention why someone would want to do this. I think the rational should be up front and slap you in the face with elegance!
I also found this: "If not, you&srquo;ll need to convert"
All done. I lived up to my promise today. :P