Re: How to encode text into html format

James Kanze <>
Mon, 2 Jun 2008 01:19:23 -0700 (PDT)
On Jun 1, 11:25 pm, Frank Birbacher <> wrote:

James Kanze schrieb:

As to the third: how? You're replacing a single character with
a sequence of characters, and transform does a one to one (which
in practice makes it of fairly limited utility---although I've
used it with a vector<string>, ostream_iterator, and as string
transformer class that I've written, which works something like
$(patsubst...) in GNU make).

The source range of transform may have another value type than the
destination range.

I'm aware of that, however...

char const* replace(char);

transform(str.begin(), str.end(),
        ostream_iterator<const char*>(cout),

For some reason, I was thinking in terms of std::string, and not
char const*. And converting each std::string seemed a bit heavy
for the task at hand. But a statically generated char const*[];
why not?

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