we have a strin which is stored in a text file...we have to read that string from text file ....them we have to make the fragments of a string and we have to count tht word number of thye string...finally we have to put this string into the structure....

like string is i love to spend holidays in india
we have to break strin in i...love...to...spend etc and have to calculate the word number of them like i has 1....love has 2...to has 3...
we have to make a array of an object of a structure..........
plzzzzzzzz help....i am a electronics student and mah project is dependent on this...plz help me...

the answer in this queastion is the programme similar to that in the book by "Bjhane Straustrup". u may easily refer it . it is possibly in the page no 341.

If you don't want to spend $$$ to buy that book just to look up the answer to your question, you could try using stringstream class, or use std::string's find method in a loop to locate each of the spaces

while not done
    check if the string has a space
    if not, then this loop is done
    call [b]substr[/b] to extract the word into another std::string object and insert this into a vector of strings.
    call [b]substr[/b] again to remove the word from the original string
 end of loop

the answer in this queastion is the programme similar to that in the book by "Bjhane Straustrup". u may easily refer it . it is possibly in the page no 341.

i dont have that book....can u please post it here...

Welcome aboard. If you have specific problems when trying to do a program...please post the source code here along with what you think may be wrong. Also post the errors you get, so we can take a look and help you. We are not in the business of doing your home-work for you! You must TRY/show some effort!!

#include <iostream.h>
#include <conio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdio.h>
struct packet
{
	char idenstr[60];
    int sentno;
	int fragno;
    int total;
	char payload[60];
	
	
}pkt[20];

const int max=60;
int main()
{


struct packet
{
	int fragno;
	char payload[60];
	int sentno;
	int total;
}pkt[20];


	char str1[max],str2[max],s2[max];
	FILE *f;
		f=fopen("ee.txt","r");
	fgets(str1,max,f);
	fgets(str2,max,f);
int x,m= 0,p,n=0,wordno=0,total1=0;

for(x=0;str1[x]!='\0';x++)
{
        if(str1[x]== ' ')
        {
			
                   for(p=m;p <= x;p++)
				   {
                           printf("%c",str1[p]);
						   strcpy(s2[p],str1[p]);
						   

						   
				   }
			
				   wordno = wordno+1;
				   total1=total1+1;
				   
				   pkt[n].fragno=wordno;   
				   n=n+1;
				  
				   printf("%d",wordno);


                   m = x + 1;
        }
 ;
printf("\n"); 
}

for(p = m; p <= x;p++)
{  
printf("%c",str1[p]); 

}
wordno=wordno+1;
total1=total1+1;
pkt[n].fragno=wordno;   
n=n+1;
printf("%d",wordno);



int x1,m1= 0,p1,total2=0;

for(x1=0;str2[x1]!='\0';x1++)
{
        if(str2[x1]== ' ')
        {
			
                   for(p1=m1;p1 <= x1;p1++)
				   {
                           printf("%c",str2[p1]);
						   

						   
				   }
				   wordno = wordno+1;
				   total2=total2+1;
				   

				   pkt[n].fragno=wordno;
				   n=n+1;
				   printf("%d",wordno);


                   m1 = x1 + 1;
        }
 ;
printf("\n"); 
}

for(p1 = m1; p1 <= x1;p1++)
{  
printf("%c",str2[p1]); 

}
wordno=wordno+1;
total2=total2+1;

pkt[n].fragno=wordno;  
 n=n+1;

printf("%d",wordno);

for(int g=0;g<n;g++)
{

printf("\n%d" ,pkt[g].fragno);

}
pkt[n].total=total1;

printf("\n%d" ,pkt[n].total);
pkt[n].total=total2;
printf("\n%d" ,pkt[n].total);


return(0);


}

this is not working because we have ti implement it usin g strings...and i am not able to do this...my whole socket programming project is complete...but i am not able to form packets...

Why you shouldn't use structs with packets

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/post471114-2.html

And just incase anyone wants to give your code the eye over I tagged it up. After all the mods are too lazy to do it. :)

#include <iostream.h>
#include <conio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdio.h>

struct packet
{
  char idenstr[60];
  int sentno;
  int fragno;
  int total;
  char payload[60]; 
}
pkt[20];

const int max = 60;
int main()
{ 
  struct packet
  {
    int fragno;
    char payload[60];
    int sentno;
    int total;
  }
  pkt[20]; 
  char str1[max], str2[max], s2[max];
  FILE *f;
  f = fopen ( "ee.txt", "r" );
  fgets ( str1, max, f );
  fgets ( str2, max, f );
  int x, m = 0, p, n = 0, wordno = 0, total1 = 0;

  for ( x = 0; str1[x] != '\0'; x++ )
  {
    if ( str1[x] == ' ' )
    {
      for ( p = m; p <= x; p++ )
      {
        printf ( "%c", str1[p] );
        strcpy ( s2[p], str1[p] ); 
      }

      wordno = wordno + 1;
      total1 = total1 + 1;

      pkt[n].fragno = wordno;
      n = n + 1;

      printf ( "%d", wordno ); 
      m = x + 1;
    };
    printf ( "\n" );
  }

  for ( p = m; p <= x; p++ )
  {
    printf ( "%c", str1[p] );
  }
  wordno = wordno + 1;
  total1 = total1 + 1;
  pkt[n].fragno = wordno;
  n = n + 1;
  printf ( "%d", wordno ); 

  int x1, m1 = 0, p1, total2 = 0;

  for ( x1 = 0; str2[x1] != '\0'; x1++ )
  {
    if ( str2[x1] == ' ' )
    {
      for ( p1 = m1; p1 <= x1; p1++ )
      {
        printf ( "%c", str2[p1] ); 
      }
      wordno = wordno + 1;
      total2 = total2 + 1; 
      pkt[n].fragno = wordno;
      n = n + 1;
      printf ( "%d", wordno ); 
      m1 = x1 + 1;
    };
    printf ( "\n" );
  }

  for ( p1 = m1; p1 <= x1; p1++ )
  {
    printf ( "%c", str2[p1] );
  }
  wordno = wordno + 1;
  total2 = total2 + 1;

  pkt[n].fragno = wordno;
  n = n + 1;

  printf ( "%d", wordno );

  for ( int g = 0; g < n; g++ )
  {
    printf ( "\n%d" , pkt[g].fragno );
  }
  pkt[n].total = total1;

  printf ( "\n%d" , pkt[n].total );
  pkt[n].total = total2;
  printf ( "\n%d" , pkt[n].total ); 
  return ( 0 ); 
}

And just incase anyone wants to give your code the eye over I tagged it up. After all the mods are too lazy to do it. :)

Ohhh that was really mean :@ We (or me at least) do lead normal lives like everyone else. I for one do not sit at my computer 24/7 waiting for someone to post some code without code tags.

here's one way to do it.

#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <sstream>
using namespace std;

int main()
{
    string word;
    vector<string> strlist;
    stringstream stream;
    stream << "i love to spend holidays in india";
    while( stream >> word)
    {
        strlist.push_back(word);
    }
    return 0;    
}

can any one tell me how to open a file in c++ because i have to take the input from thje txt file......fopen and gets are not working in c++

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;

int main () 
{
    string str = "this is ee 450 class";

    string::iterator It = str.begin();

    while ( It != str.end() )
    {
    	if ( *It == ' ' )
    		*It = '\n';
    	cout << *It++;
    }
    cout << endl;
    
    return 0;
}

can any one tell me how to open a file in c++ because i have to take the input from thje txt file......fopen and gets are not working in c++

Really now -- when was the last time you read your textbook? search the c++ code snippets there are hundreds of examples there.

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