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I need to use some type of string command

I need to use some type of string command

I need to use some type of string command

How can I input a number into a string...
        ex: input 14a and i want the "string" to be {1,4,a}
And then would I use length("string") to find the length
of it?

RE: I need to use some type of string command


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

main (void) {

   // input buffer
   char yourinput[128] = {'\0'};
   // get kbd input max 80 chars or "enter" key
   // display user input
   cout << yourinput << endl;
   // show how many char (includes numbers etc)
   cout << '\n' << strlen(yourinput) << endl;


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