One of my C++ books was showing the line
cin.getline(arg, arg) and later showing
getline(cin, arg). Why is the second one not object.function and yet have the object as one of the arguments? What's the difference?
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Those two functions essentially do the same thing (read a line from cin). The difference between the two is that the member function (
cin.getline(..)) takes an argument (the string to be filled in with the content of the line) as a
char*, which is the C-style representation for strings (a …
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