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Is there a C++ equivelant to C#'s foreach loop?
DungeonMaster00 (165)

I'm working on a C++ program that will take something the user typed in and convert it to morse code. The program converts what the user typed in character by character.

However, I don't now if there is a way to do that character by character, basically a C++ equivalent to C#'s foreach loop.

Here are some code samples of what the loop would look like in other languages, one in Python and one in C#.


inventory = ["sword", "potion", "shield"]
for item in inventory:


string[] inventory = {"sword", "potion", "shield"};
foreach (string item in inventory) {

Basically, I want to know if there's a way to do something like that in C++.


Answered by Bookie0 (5061) [earned 5 cycles]
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Bookie0 (5061)

here check this out:

but basically i think its like this:

std::array<std::string, 3> strarr = {"ram", "mohan", "sita"};
for(const std::string& str : strarr) {

Happy coding and hope this helps! =)

Bookie0 (5061)

cool! happy to help! ;) @nk1rwc

Coder100 (12751)

indeed there is!

for (item : arr) {
  cout << item;

more here

personally I think C# is better at these types of things.

Eh C++ more powerful