I 'm not quite sure if i did the right way but i just couldn't get the right value for my codes....can anyone figure out the problem?
for(int x = 0; x<myvector.size();x++)
if(number.compare(0,2,myvector[x],0,2)==0) //compare number(user's input) to the line read from getline
checknumber = true;
cout<<"passing compare++"<<endl;//if same number is found, then
cout<<myvector[x]<<"value of myvector"<<endl;
It does work. Since you didn't post the contents of that vector we have no idea what your program is comparing. compare() is case sensitive -- "Now" is not the same thing as "now" or "NOW".
Myself I would use the substr() approach, but compare() is ok too. So it boiles down to personal preference.
myvector.push_back("Now is the time");
myvector.push_back("for all good men");
myvector.push_back("to come to the aid");
string number = "for";
int x = 1;
if( number.compare(0,3,myvector[x],0,3) == 0 )
cout << "Yes\n";
cout << "No\n";
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