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JString Class Reference
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Public Member Functions

 JString (unsigned int bufferlen=0)
 
 JString (const char *Value)
 
 JString (const EG_CHAR *Value)
 
 JString (const JString &Value)
 
 JString (const UTF8String &Value)
 
 JString (const ANSIString &Value)
 
 ~JString (void)
 
JStringoperator= (const JString &Rhs)
 
JStringoperator= (const char *Rhs)
 
JStringoperator= (const EG_CHAR *Rhs)
 
JStringoperator= (const UTF8String &Rhs)
 
JStringoperator= (const ANSIString &Rhs)
 
JStringoperator= (char Rhs)
 
JStringoperator= (signed char Rhs)
 
JStringoperator= (unsigned char Rhs)
 
JStringoperator= (EG_CHAR Rhs)
 
JStringoperator= (short aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (unsigned short aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (int aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (unsigned int aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (long aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (unsigned long aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (long long aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (unsigned long long aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (float aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (double aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (long double aNum)
 
JStringoperator= (bool aBool)
 
 operator const EG_CHAR * (void) const
 
JStringoperator+= (const JString &Rhs)
 
template<typename Etype >
JStringoperator+= (const Etype &Rhs)
 
bool operator== (const JString &Rhs) const
 
bool operator!= (const JString &Rhs) const
 
bool operator< (const JString &Rhs) const
 
bool operator> (const JString &Rhs) const
 
bool operator<= (const JString &Rhs) const
 
bool operator>= (const JString &Rhs) const
 
EG_CHAR operator[] (unsigned int Index) const
 
EG_CHAR & operator[] (unsigned int Index)
 
unsigned int capacity (void) const
 
EG_CHAR charAt (unsigned int index) const
 
int compareTo (const JString &anotherString) const
 
const JStringconcat (const JString &str)
 
const EG_CHAR * cstr (void) const
 
JString deleteChars (unsigned int start, unsigned int length) const
 
bool endsWith (const JString &suffix) const
 
void ensureCapacity (unsigned int minCapacity)
 
bool equals (const JString &anotherString) const
 
bool equalsIgnoreCase (const JString &anotherString) const
 
int indexOf (char ch) const
 
int indexOf (char ch, unsigned int fromIndex) const
 
int indexOf (EG_CHAR ch) const
 
int indexOf (EG_CHAR ch, unsigned int fromIndex) const
 
int indexOf (const JString &str) const
 
int indexOf (const JString &str, unsigned int fromIndex) const
 
int lastIndexOf (char ch) const
 
int lastIndexOf (char ch, unsigned int fromIndex) const
 
int lastIndexOf (EG_CHAR ch) const
 
int lastIndexOf (EG_CHAR ch, unsigned int fromIndex) const
 
int lastIndexOf (const JString &str) const
 
int lastIndexOf (const JString &str, unsigned int fromIndex) const
 
unsigned int length (void) const
 
JString replace (char oldChar, char newChar) const
 
JString replace (EG_CHAR oldChar, EG_CHAR newChar) const
 
JString replace (const JString &match, const JString &replacement) const
 
bool startsWith (const JString &prefix) const
 
bool startsWith (const JString &prefix, unsigned int offset) const
 
JString substring (unsigned int beginIndex) const
 
JString substring (unsigned int beginIndex, unsigned int endIndex) const
 
JString toLowerCase (void) const
 
JString toUpperCase (void) const
 
int toInt (void) const
 
JString trim (void)
 
UTF8String UTF8Representation (void) const
 
ANSIString ANSIRepresentation (void) const
 
JStringtoString (JString &retStr, bool withTypes=false) const
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from ToString
virtual ~ToString (void)
 
virtual JString typeToString (void) const
 
JString toString (bool withTypes=false) const
 

Related Functions

(Note that these are not member functions.)

template<typename _Elem , typename _Traits >
std::basic_ostream< _Elem, _Traits > & operator<< (::std::basic_ostream< _Elem, _Traits > &stream, const JString &string)
 
template<typename Etype >
JString operator+ (const JString &Lsh, const Etype &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
JString operator+ (const Etype &Lsh, const JString &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator== (const JString &Lsh, const Etype &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator== (const Etype &Lsh, const JString &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator!= (const JString &Lsh, const Etype &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator!= (const Etype &Lsh, const JString &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator< (const JString &Lsh, const Etype &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator< (const Etype &Lsh, const JString &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator> (const JString &Lsh, const Etype &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator> (const Etype &Lsh, const JString &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator<= (const JString &Lsh, const Etype &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator<= (const Etype &Lsh, const JString &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator>= (const JString &Lsh, const Etype &Rsh)
 
template<typename Etype >
bool operator>= (const Etype &Lsh, const JString &Rsh)
 
JString operator+ (const JString &Lsh, const JString &Rsh)
 

Detailed Description

The JString class is a representation of Text strings, based on the String class from Sun Java.

This class is used to avoid dealing with char pointers/arrays directly, while staying independent from the String class in the Standard Template Library of C++, as some compilers do not implement the STL.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

§ JString() [1/6]

JString ( unsigned int  bufferlen = 0)
explicit

Constructor: Creates an empty JString.

Remarks
By default no memory is allocated for the internal buffer. You can however pass the number of characters to allocate memory for. If that number is too big, then you will waste memory, but with a reasonable bufferlen you can avoid expensive later reallocations, when appending to the string.
Parameters
bufferlenoptional, let the string allocate memory for x characters

§ JString() [2/6]

JString ( const char *  Value)

Copy-Constructor: Creates a new JString from a deep copy of the argument string.

Parameters
ValueThe UTF8 string to copy.

§ JString() [3/6]

JString ( const EG_CHAR *  Value)

Copy-Constructor: Creates a new JString from a deep copy of the argument string.

Parameters
ValueThe UTF16 string to copy.

§ JString() [4/6]

JString ( const JString Value)

Copy-Constructor: Creates a new JString from a deep copy of the argument string.

Parameters
ValueThe JString to copy.

§ JString() [5/6]

JString ( const UTF8String Value)

Copy-Constructor: Creates a new JString from a deep copy of the argument string.

Parameters
ValueThe UTF8String to copy.

§ JString() [6/6]

JString ( const ANSIString Value)

Copy-Constructor: Creates a new JString from a deep copy of the argument string.

Parameters
Value:The ANSIString to copy.

§ ~JString()

~JString ( void  )

Destructor.

Member Function Documentation

§ operator=() [1/21]

JString & operator= ( const JString Rhs)

operator=.

Makes a deep copy of its right operand into its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [2/21]

JString & operator= ( const char *  Rhs)

operator=.

Makes a deep copy of its right operand (which is assumed to be encoded as UTF8) into its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [3/21]

JString & operator= ( const EG_CHAR *  Rhs)

operator=.

Makes a deep copy of its right operand into its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [4/21]

JString & operator= ( const UTF8String Rhs)

operator=.

Makes a deep copy of its right operand into its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [5/21]

JString & operator= ( const ANSIString Rhs)

operator=.

Makes a deep copy of its right operand into its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [6/21]

JString & operator= ( char  aChar)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [7/21]

JString & operator= ( signed char  aChar)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [8/21]

JString & operator= ( unsigned char  aChar)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [9/21]

JString & operator= ( EG_CHAR  aWideChar)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [10/21]

JString & operator= ( short  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [11/21]

JString & operator= ( unsigned short  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [12/21]

JString & operator= ( int  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [13/21]

JString & operator= ( unsigned int  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [14/21]

JString & operator= ( long  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [15/21]

JString & operator= ( unsigned long  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [16/21]

JString & operator= ( long long  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [17/21]

JString & operator= ( unsigned long long  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [18/21]

JString & operator= ( float  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [19/21]

JString & operator= ( double  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [20/21]

JString & operator= ( long double  aNum)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator=() [21/21]

JString & operator= ( bool  aBool)

operator=.

saves a string representation of its right operand in its left operand.

This overwrites old data in the left operand.

§ operator const EG_CHAR *()

operator const EG_CHAR * ( void  ) const

operator const EG_CHAR*.

Copies a pointer to the internal representation of the instance

§ operator+=() [1/2]

JString & operator+= ( const JString Rhs)

operator+=.

Attaches its right operand to its left operand.

§ operator+=() [2/2]

JString & operator+= ( const Etype &  Rhs)

operator+=.

Attaches its right operand to its left operand.

§ operator==()

bool operator== ( const JString Rhs) const

operator==.

Returns
true, if both operands are equal, false otherwise.

§ operator!=()

bool operator!= ( const JString Rhs) const

operator!=.

Returns
false, if both operands are equal, true otherwise.

§ operator<()

bool operator< ( const JString Rhs) const

operator<. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if left operand is less than right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator>()

bool operator> ( const JString Rhs) const

operator>. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if left operand is greater than right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator<=()

bool operator<= ( const JString Rhs) const

operator<=. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if the left operand is less than or equal to the right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator>=()

bool operator>= ( const JString Rhs) const

operator>=. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if the left operand is greater than or equal to the right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator[]() [1/2]

EG_CHAR operator[] ( unsigned int  index) const

operator[]. Accesses the character of the string at the given index like in an array. This does not check for valid indexes and shows undefined behavior for invalid indexes

§ operator[]() [2/2]

EG_CHAR & operator[] ( unsigned int  index)

operator[]. Accesses the character of the string at the given index like in an array. This does not check for valid indexes and shows undefined behavior for invalid indexes

§ capacity()

unsigned int capacity ( void  ) const

Returns the current capacity of the JString.

Returns
the current capacity in characters.

§ charAt()

EG_CHAR charAt ( unsigned int  index) const

Returns the character of the JString at the passed index. This does not check for valid indexes and shows undefined behavior for invalid indexes!

Parameters
indexthe index of the element, that should be returned. Must not be bigger than the current size of the string!
Returns
the character at the passed index.

§ compareTo()

int compareTo ( const JString anotherString) const

Checks for lexicographical differences between the JString, the function is called for, and the passed JString.

Parameters
anotherStringthe string to compare to
Returns
0, if both strings are equal, < 0, if the string, this function is called for, is smaller than the passed string, > 0 otherwise.

§ concat()

const JString & concat ( const JString str)

Attaches the passed string to the string, the function is called for.

Parameters
strthe string to attach
Returns
the string, the function was called for, after the parameter string was attached to it.

§ cstr()

const EG_CHAR * cstr ( void  ) const

Returns a pointer to an EG_CHAR array representation of the JString. The data, the pointer points to, is valid, as long as the JString instance is valid.

Returns
a pointer to an EG_CHAR array representation of the string.

§ deleteChars()

JString deleteChars ( unsigned int  start,
unsigned int  length 
) const

Deletes a substring inside a returned copy of the string. This does not affect the original string.

Parameters
startstart of the substring
lengthlength of the substring
Returns
a copy of the string, after deleting the specified substring from the copy, or an empty string for invalid parameters

§ endsWith()

bool endsWith ( const JString suffix) const

Checks, if the JString, this function is called for, ends with the passed string.

Parameters
suffixthe string to check for, if the other one ends with it
Returns
true, if the string, the function is called for, ends with the passed string, false otherwise.

§ ensureCapacity()

void ensureCapacity ( unsigned int  minCapacity)

Resizes the JString to the passed capacity, if its old capacity has been smaller. Most likely the whole JString has to be copied into new memory, so this is an expensive operation for huge JStrings. Call this function first, before you use concat()-function and/or +=operators a lot of times on this JString-instance, to avoid multiple expensive resizes through appending.

Parameters
minCapacitythe new capacity for the JString in number of characters.
Returns
nothing.

§ equals()

bool equals ( const JString anotherString) const

Checks, if the JString, this function is called for, is equal to the passed string. This function is case-sensitive.

Parameters
anotherStringthe string to check for, if it is equal to other one
Returns
true, if both strings are equal to each other, false otherwise.

§ equalsIgnoreCase()

bool equalsIgnoreCase ( const JString anotherString) const

Checks, if the JString, this function is called for, is, equal to the passed string. This function is not case-sensitive.

Parameters
anotherStringthe string to check for, if it is equal to other one
Returns
true, if both strings are equal to each other, false otherwise.

§ indexOf() [1/6]

int indexOf ( char  ch) const

Returns the index of the first occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called for. Searching begins at the first character of the string and goes forward, until the end of the string is reached.

Parameters
chthe character to search for
Returns
the index of the first occurrence of the parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ indexOf() [2/6]

int indexOf ( char  ch,
unsigned int  fromIndex 
) const

Returns the index of the first occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called for. Searching begins at the passed index and goes forward, until the end of the string is reached.

Parameters
chthe character to search for
fromIndexthe index, to begin the search from
Returns
the index of the first occurrence of the first parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ indexOf() [3/6]

int indexOf ( EG_CHAR  ch) const

Returns the index of the first occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called for. Searching begins at the first character of the string and goes forward, until the end of the string is reached.

Parameters
chthe character to search for
Returns
the index of the first occurrence of the parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ indexOf() [4/6]

int indexOf ( EG_CHAR  ch,
unsigned int  fromIndex 
) const

Returns the index of the first occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called for. Searching begins at the passed index and goes forward, until the end of the string is reached.

Parameters
chthe character to search for
fromIndexthe index, to begin the search from
Returns
the index of the first occurrence of the first parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ indexOf() [5/6]

int indexOf ( const JString str) const

Returns the index of the first occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called for. Searching begins at the first character of the string and goes forward, until the end of the string is reached.

Parameters
strthe string to search for
Returns
the index of the first occurrence of the parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ indexOf() [6/6]

int indexOf ( const JString str,
unsigned int  fromIndex 
) const

Returns the index of the first occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called for. Searching begins at the passed index and goes forward, until the end of the string is reached.

Parameters
strthe string to search for
fromIndexthe index, to begin the search from
Returns
the index of the first occurrence of the first parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ lastIndexOf() [1/6]

int lastIndexOf ( char  ch) const

Returns the index of the last occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called on. Searching begins at the last character of the string and goes forward, until the start of the string is reached.

Parameters
chthe character to search for
Returns
the index of the last occurrence of the parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ lastIndexOf() [2/6]

int lastIndexOf ( char  ch,
unsigned int  fromIndex 
) const

Returns the index of the last occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called on. Searching begins at the passed index and goes backward, until the start of the string is reached.

Parameters
chthe character to search for
fromIndexthe index, to begin the search from
Returns
the index of the last occurrence of the first parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ lastIndexOf() [3/6]

int lastIndexOf ( EG_CHAR  ch) const

Returns the index of the last occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called on. Searching begins at the last character of the string and goes forward, until the start of the string is reached.

Parameters
chthe character to search for
Returns
the index of the last occurrence of the parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ lastIndexOf() [4/6]

int lastIndexOf ( EG_CHAR  ch,
unsigned int  fromIndex 
) const

Returns the index of the last occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called on. Searching begins at the passed index and goes backward, until the start of the string is reached.

Parameters
chthe character to search for
fromIndexthe index, to begin the search from
Returns
the index of the last occurrence of the first parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ lastIndexOf() [5/6]

int lastIndexOf ( const JString str) const

Returns the index of the last occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called for. Searching begins at the last character of the string and goes forward, until the start of the string is reached.

Parameters
strthe string to search for
Returns
the index of the last occurrence of the parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ lastIndexOf() [6/6]

int lastIndexOf ( const JString str,
unsigned int  fromIndex 
) const

Returns the index of the last occurrence of the parameter in the string, the function is called for. Searching begins at the passed index and goes backward, until the start of the string is reached.

Parameters
strthe string to search for
fromIndexthe index, to begin the search from
Returns
the index of the last occurrence of the first parameter or -1 if it could not be found at all

§ length()

unsigned int length ( void  ) const
Returns
the length of the string in characters

§ replace() [1/3]

JString replace ( char  oldChar,
char  newChar 
) const

Searches the string for all occurrences of parameter 1 and replaces them with parameter 2. The result of the replacements is returned as a new instance, while the original string stays unchanged.

Parameters
oldCharthe character to search for
newCharthe character to replace the other one with
Returns
a copy of the string, the function was called for, in which all occurrences of parameter 1 have been replaced with parameter 2.

§ replace() [2/3]

JString replace ( EG_CHAR  oldChar,
EG_CHAR  newChar 
) const

Searches the string for all occurrences of parameter 1 and replaces them with parameter 2. The result of the replacements is returned as a new instance, while the original string stays unchanged.

Parameters
oldCharthe character to search for
newCharthe character to replace oldChar with
Returns
a copy of the string, the function was called for, in which all occurrences of parameter 1 have been replaced with parameter 2.

§ replace() [3/3]

JString replace ( const JString match,
const JString replacement 
) const

Searches the string for all occurrences of parameter 1 and replaces them with parameter 2. The result of the replacements is returned as a new instance, while the original string stays unchanged.

Parameters
matchthe substring to search for
replacementthe string to replace match with
Returns
a copy of the string, the function was called for, in which all occurrences of parameter 1 have been replaced with parameter 2.

§ startsWith() [1/2]

bool startsWith ( const JString prefix) const

Checks, if the string, begins with the passed prefix

Parameters
prefixthe prefix to search for
Returns
true, if the string begins with the prefix, false otherwise

§ startsWith() [2/2]

bool startsWith ( const JString prefix,
unsigned int  offset 
) const

Checks, if the substring of the string, starting at the passed index, begins with the passed prefix

Parameters
prefixthe prefix to search for
offsetstart of the substring to check for
Returns
true, if the substring begins with the prefix, false otherwise

§ substring() [1/2]

JString substring ( unsigned int  beginIndex) const

Returns a substring of the string, beginning at the passed index

Parameters
beginIndexstart of the substring to return
Returns
a substring, beginning at the passed index

§ substring() [2/2]

JString substring ( unsigned int  beginIndex,
unsigned int  endIndex 
) const

Returns a substring of the string, beginning at the first passed index and ending at the second one

Parameters
beginIndexindex of the first character of the substring to return
endIndexindex of the last character of the substring to return + 1
Remarks
This function will treat the second index as first one and vice versa, if the first is bigger than the second one.
Returns
a substring, beginning at the first passed index and ending at the second one

§ toLowerCase()

JString toLowerCase ( void  ) const

Copies the string and changes all upper case characters in the copy to lower case. This does not affect the original string.

Returns
a lowercase copy of the string

§ toUpperCase()

JString toUpperCase ( void  ) const

Copies the string and changes all lower case characters in the copy to upper case. This does not affect the original string.

Returns
an uppercase copy of the string

§ toInt()

int toInt ( void  ) const

Converts the string into an integer. Conversion ends at the first character, that can not be interpreted as a number.

Returns
the integer value produced by interpreting the string as a number or 0 if it could not be interpreted

§ trim()

JString trim ( void  )

Removes all whitespaces at the start and end of the string. e.g.: L" Hello World! " -> "Hello World!"

Returns
the string without any whitespaces at its start or end.

§ UTF8Representation()

UTF8String UTF8Representation ( void  ) const

Converts the string to UTF8 and returns the converted string. Use this, if you need to pass the JString to an API, which does not support wide strings. This is a non-lossy conversion.

§ ANSIRepresentation()

ANSIString ANSIRepresentation ( void  ) const

Converts the string to ANSI, using the current locale, and returns the converted string. Use this, if you need to pass the JString to an API, which does not support Unicode. Attention: This is a lossy conversion, if any characters in the string are not supported by the current locale (which is most likely for characters not common in western languages)!

§ toString()

JString & toString ( JString retStr,
bool  withTypes = false 
) const
virtual
Remarks
The cost of this function depends a lot on implementation details of the implementing subclasses, but for container classes this function can become quite expensive, if the instance contains huge amounts of data, as its cost for many container class implementations increases disproportionately high to the size of the payload.
Parameters
retStrreference to a string, to store the return-value in; the information, which is generated by this function, will be attached at the end of any eventually existing previous content of the string
withTypesset to true, to include type information in the generated string
Returns
a JString representation of the instance and its contents for debugging purposes.

Implements ToString.

Friends And Related Function Documentation

§ operator<<()

std::basic_ostream< _Elem, _Traits > & operator<< ( ::std::basic_ostream< _Elem, _Traits > &  stream,
const JString string 
)
related

operator<<.

Used to print the JString to a std::wostream.

§ operator+() [1/3]

JString operator+ ( const JString Lsh,
const Etype &  Rsh 
)
related

operator+.

Adds its right operand to its left operand and returns the result as a new JString.

§ operator+() [2/3]

JString operator+ ( const Etype &  Lsh,
const JString Rsh 
)
related

operator+.

Adds its right operand to its left operand and returns the result as a new JString.

§ operator==() [1/2]

bool operator== ( const JString Lsh,
const Etype &  Rsh 
)
related

operator==.

Returns
true, if both operands are equal, false otherwise.

§ operator==() [2/2]

bool operator== ( const Etype &  Lsh,
const JString Rsh 
)
related

operator==.

Returns
true, if both operands are equal, false otherwise.

§ operator!=() [1/2]

bool operator!= ( const JString Lsh,
const Etype &  Rsh 
)
related

operator!=.

Returns
false, if both operands are equal, true otherwise.

§ operator!=() [2/2]

bool operator!= ( const Etype &  Lsh,
const JString Rsh 
)
related

operator!=.

Returns
false, if both operands are equal, true otherwise.

§ operator<() [1/2]

bool operator< ( const JString Lsh,
const Etype &  Rsh 
)
related

operator<. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if left operand is less than right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator<() [2/2]

bool operator< ( const Etype &  Lsh,
const JString Rsh 
)
related

operator<. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if left operand is less than right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator>() [1/2]

bool operator> ( const JString Lsh,
const Etype &  Rsh 
)
related

operator>. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if left operand is greater than right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator>() [2/2]

bool operator> ( const Etype &  Lsh,
const JString Rsh 
)
related

operator>. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if left operand is greater than right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator<=() [1/2]

bool operator<= ( const JString Lsh,
const Etype &  Rsh 
)
related

operator<=. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if the left operand is less than or equal to the right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator<=() [2/2]

bool operator<= ( const Etype &  Lsh,
const JString Rsh 
)
related

operator<=. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if the left operand is less than or equal to the right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator>=() [1/2]

bool operator>= ( const JString Lsh,
const Etype &  Rsh 
)
related

operator>=. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if the left operand is greater than or equal to the right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator>=() [2/2]

bool operator>= ( const Etype &  Lsh,
const JString Rsh 
)
related

operator>=. The return value indicates the lexicographic relation between the operands.

Returns
true, if the left operand is greater than or equal to the right operand, false otherwise.

§ operator+() [3/3]

JString operator+ ( const JString Lsh,
const JString Rsh 
)
related

operator+.

Adds its right operand to its left operand and returns the result as a new JString.