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std.string    

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std.string   
Comments   
D 1.x/2.x Differences   
Compiler "Bug"   
Proposed Enhancements   
find(dchar[], dchar[])   
Make a Zero terminated String   
Proposed Enhancements - Done !!   
std.string.format()   
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D 1.x/2.x Differences    

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.

Compiler "Bug"    

char c=''; //(character > 128) does not display a compiler warning (although the char-const does not fit into a byte)

Proposed Enhancements    

find(dchar[], dchar[])    

this function is needed!!

(only find(char[], char[]) is implemented)

(maybe also the same for wchar[],wchar[])

Make a Zero terminated String    

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

Proposed Enhancements - Done !!    

std.string.format()    

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.

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