C++ String crend()
The crend() function stands for reverse end. It points to the first character of string and returns constant reverse iterator.
Consider a string s. Syntax would be:
It does not contain any parameter.
It returns a constant reverse iterator to the reverse end of the string.
Let's see a simple example.
In this example, we got the reverse string using crend() function.
Let's see another simple example.
In this example, we got the reverse string containing integer values using crend() function.
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