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Jochen Arndt16-Nov-17 3:51
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For the C++ code, I would love to be pure C++, especially when it comes to string handling.
Why would you want to avoid C library functions?

If you have a look at some STL implementations for string types, you will notice that those use C library functions like memcpy, memmove, memset, and memchr.

But you are right. I don't like the C++ string formatting too. Therefore, I never use them (besides sometimes with console output). When using other libraries like MFC, Boost, or Qt is not an option I still use [s|f][n][w]printf or the corresponding *_s versions with VS.
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