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Firstly i know your gonna say "OMG this guy just want to make his homework using our help"
"Wow, this guy is so stupid not knowing this"

Yes, i dont know this.. and yes this is my homework..
i'm not asking a direct answer atleast just teach me while pointing out how to use this.
(explanation that i can understand no complex explanations please)

Here it goes.. how do you change vowels into a different vowel (ex. A turns to E) using strings think they call this piglakin i'm not hoping for someone to give the whole code
atleast point out how to make one.

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Last Post by Ancient Dragon
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Well assuming that you have a string and you want to change it, you can
used this

std::string test="abcde";
test[4]="X";
std::cout<<"Test == "<<test<<std::endl;

The string class provides the operator[] which allows you to examine and change each letter in the string. That along with a loop will allow you to change the vowels in a string to anything you please.

If you get a little more sophisticated you can start using functions like find() etc. But start with a loop first.

If you get stuck, post the code you have ... hope this helps.

Edited by StuXYZ: n/a

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