Implementing of strtok() function in C++. It is present in the header file “string.h” and returns a pointer to the next token if present, if the next token is not present it returns NULL. To get all the tokens the idea is to call this function in a loop.
The strtok() function is used in tokenizing a string based on a delimiter. It is present in the header file “string.h” and returns a pointer to the next token if present, if the next token is not present it returns NULL. To get all the tokens the idea is to call this function in a loop.
char *strtok(char *s1, const char *s2);
In this article, we will discuss the implementation of this function in which two things must be taken into consideration:
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