[SOLVED] Converting String to Cstring in C++


I have a string to convert, string = "apple" and want to put that into a C string of this style, char *c, that holds {a, p, p, l, e, '\0'}. Which predefined method should I be using?


.c_str() returns a const char*. If you need a mutable version, you will need to produce a copy yourself.

Answered By – Yann Ramin

Answer Checked By – David Marino (BugsFixing Volunteer)

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