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i have a string array which keeps data which read from a file.
it consists 76 lines.

what i want to do is store those in different arrays.
like from 21st line to 31st line in 1 array. and 31st to 41st one array. how can i do it... plz help
Posted 31-Dec-12 20:10pm
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 1-Jan-13 1:34am
   
Help with what? You did not explain where did you stuck. What did you try so far?
And what, if you have 77 line, the solution will be different? :-)
—SA
Sith Indunil at 1-Jan-13 1:55am
   
i want to split 77 lines into 7 arrays each containing 10 lines of it. and do it without using vectors

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Solution 1

The thing is, you have to loop through every key in the string (char* or something..) and search for line-feeds (probably '\n's) and keep counting them. If the line-feed count is a multiple of 10 (or whatever number you want), You put those 10-lines in a new string array.
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