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    String library comparison

    Recently I came across to the following page http://www.and.org/vstr/comparison
    where James Antill take some time to put together a quite good comprehensive list of C/C++ (mainly) libraries working on strings.

    In particular one of those get my attention: bString or "Best String Library"
    More info can be found at http://bstring.sourceforge.net/

    I was interested mainly because this library already implements some of the BASIC functions working on strings
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    Re: String library comparison

    Thanks for the info Eros. I will check it out when I get back to c++ project in a few weeks.
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