Boolean to String in C++
In C++, a boolean value (true/false) can be converted to a string by using the stringstream class. This class provides a way to store a string representation of a value. To convert a boolean to a string, you can create a stringstream object and insert the boolean value into it. The stringstream will then store the string representation of the boolean value, which can be retrieved using the str() method.
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It is a standard library class that can be used to convert values to strings. The std::ostringstream class is a stream that writes to a string. To convert a boolean value to a string, we can create an instance of std::ostringstream, write the boolean value to it using the operator<<, and finally extract the string using the str() method.
We can also use the to_string function in C++ and later to convert booleans to strings:
The std::to_string function will convert a boolean to a string representation of either "1" or "0". It is because booleans in C++ are represented as integers, with true being equal to 1 and false being equal to 0.
When using std::to_string, the resulting string will not be "true" or "false". Instead, it will be either "1" or "0". If you need a string representation of "true" or "false", you can use the stringstream method mentioned earlier.
We can also convert a boolean to a string using the 'if' statement:
In all the above examples, the boolean value b is converted to the string str, which is either "true" or "false".
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