C++ String operator=()
This function is used to assign a new value to the string, replacing all the current contents.
Consider two strings str1 and str2. Syntax would be:
str2 : str2 is a string object, whose value is to be moved.
ch : ch is a character value, whose value is to be moved.
s : s is a pointer to the null terminated sequence of characters.
It returns *this.
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