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    loop error in c++

    i ,

    I am trying to create a loop to call in the entries from the text file named Set.
    The entries of Set.txtare :
    1 2 3
    2 4 5
    and so on .. (64 such combinations)[/CODE]

    it basically means the first combination for testing is 1 2 3 and next has to be 2 4 5 and so i have 64 such entries defined in set

    my test files are located in D://data// and are named tst_data1 to tst_data64.


    i created a loop for test set but its incorrect

    Code:
    // loop for test samples
    char basefilename[] = "D://data//";
    char , testFilen[160], numiChar[10];

    for (int i=1; i<=64; i++) {
    strcpy(basefilenme, "D://data//");
    strcat(testfilename, Set[]);


    if (testfilenme[i]=='_' && testfilenme[i+1]=='\0'){
    strcat(testfilename, numiChar);
    strcat(testfilename, "_");
    break;
    }

    strcat(testfilename, ".txt");
    cout<<testfilename<<endl;

    please correct me how can i call the Set .txt and how to define it.

    thanks

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    Re: loop error in c++

    When posting code, please use code tags. Go advanced, select code and click '#'.

    I thought at first you were using c until I say the cout statement! A way to generate the file names is

    Code:
    #include <iostream>
    #include <string>
    #include <cstdlib>
    using namespace std;
    
    const string basefilename = "d:/data/";
    const string nameprefix = "tst_data";
    const string namesuffix = ".txt";
    
    int main()
    {
    string filename;
    
    char	num[10] = {0};
    
    	for (int i = 1; i <= 64; i++) {
    		filename = basefilename + nameprefix + itoa(i, num, 10) + namesuffix;
    		cout << filename << endl;
    	}
    
    	return 0;
    
    }
    Note that if you are using c++11, then itoa(..) can be replaced with to_string(i) and the num definition would not be required.
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