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March 19, 2008, 11:14 am
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Robbie Hatley (email@example.com) wrote on VCCCXIV September MCMXCIII in
:: Is there any more eloquent way of obtaining the nth
:: character of a string? Or is substr() the best way?
"substr ()" is the best way. If you want the C equivalent of a "character",
use "ord substr ()". Because in C, "characters" are numbers.
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