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Some changes have been made to the D 2.x version. The std2 project contains a port of D 2.x's std.string for D 1.x.
char c='Ä'; //(character > 128) does not display a compiler warning (although the char-const does not fit into a byte)
this function is needed!!
(only find(char, char) is implemented)
(maybe also the same for wchar,wchar)
toString( char x ) still does not work, suggest
char x = 'X'; char  y = toString(x)[0 .. 1]; // strips off null char, problem exists // in std.string , line 1448
Functionality similar to C's sprintf() function is provided by the function
char std.string.format(...)It accepts format strings and parameters in the same way the function std.stdio.writef() does, but instead of writing the string to stdout, it returns the char array containing the string.