What storage does std::string::c_str() use?
Date: 8 Sep 2004 12:39:58 -0700
If I am not mistaken I had some problems with code like this:
std::string foo, bar;
somefunc( foo.c_str(), bar.c_str() );
Problem was that c_str() used buffer shared btw instances of
std::string in that implementation. I did not find anything that
standart would explicitly say about this case. So what would you say?
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