c++ from get For every character in string

4 Answers

A for loop can be implemented like this:

string str("HELLO");
for (int i = 0; i < str.size(); i++){
    cout << str[i];

This will print the string character by character. str[i] returns character at index i.

If it is a character array:

char str[6] = "hello";
for (int i = 0; str[i] != '\0'; i++){
    cout << str[i];

Basically above two are two type of strings supported by c++. The second is called c string and the first is called std string or(c++ string).I would suggest use c++ string,much Easy to handle.

c++ string length

How would I do a for loop on every character in string in C++?

const char* str = "abcde";
int len = strlen(str);
for (int i = 0; i < len; i++)
    char chr = str[i];
    //do something....

I don't see any examples using a range based for loop with a "c string".

char cs[] = "This is a c string\u0031 \x32 3";

// range based for loop does not print '\n'
for (char& c : cs) {
    printf("%c", c);

not related but int array example

int ia[] = {1,2,3,4,5,6};

for (int& i : ia) {
    printf("%d", i);

for (int x = 0; x < yourString.size();x++){
        if (yourString[x] == 'a'){
            //Do Something
        if (yourString[x] == 'b'){
            //Do Something
        if (yourString[x] == 'c'){
            //Do Something

A String is basically an array of characters, therefore you can specify the index to get the character. If you don't know the index, then you can loop through it like the above code, but when you're making a comparison, make sure you use single quotes (which specifies a character).

Other than that, the above code is self explanatory.