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M. OlssonC++20 Quick Syntax Referencehttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5995-5_8

8. Strings

Mikael Olsson1 
Hammarland, Finland
The string class in C++ is used to store string values. Before a string can be declared, the string header must be included. The standard namespace can also be used since the string class is part of that namespace.
#include <string>
using namespace std;
Strings can then be declared like any other data type. To assign a string value to a string variable, delimit the literals by double quotes and assign them to the variable. The initial value can also be assigned through either direct or uniform initialization at the same time as the string is declared.
string h = "Hello";
string w ("Hi"); // direct initialization ...

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