You can create a variable with type
string in the usual ways.
In the active code below, the first line creates a
giving it a value. The second line assigns it the string value
The third line is a combined declaration and assignment, also called an initialization.
Normally when string values like
"Hello, " or
they are treated as C strings. In this case, when we assign them to an
string variable, they are converted automatically to
We can output strings in the usual way:
cout << first << second << endl;
In order to compile this code, you will have to include the header file
string class, and you will have to add the file
to the list of files you want to compile. The details of how to do this
depend on your programming environment.
Run the active code below!
Construct a block of code that correctly prints out a string variable.