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Hi,

I have a "printf" style function:

void myclass::write (int, char *, ...)


This function takes the usual printf style params. The conversion I am doing is using the simple vsprintf. After the string is converted, it needs to be stored for later printing (through a std::cout interface). After the strings are converted there is no more processing done on them; they are just printed.

1. Is it better to store the strings in std::string?
2. Is it better to store the strings in std::stringstream?
3. Is there a better storage for this?


Thanks.
Posted 1-Feb-12 21:51pm

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Solution 1

Since you only need to store a string, use std::string.
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RichardS 2-Feb-12 4:08am
   
And then just concatenate them (str += new_str)?

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