Comparing between strings in the Ring programming language

To compare between two strings in the Ring programming language we can use the ‘=’ operator or the ‘!=’ operator

cStr1 = “one”   cStr2 = “two”   cStr3 = “one”

if cStr1 = cStr3

see “cStr1 = cStr3 = ” + cStr1 + nl

ok

if cStr1 != cStr2

see “cStr1 != cStr2” + nl

ok

Output

cStr1 = cStr3 = one

cStr1 != cStr2

Also we can use the strcmp() function

see strcmp(“hello”,”hello”) + nl +
strcmp(“abc”,”bcd”) + nl +
strcmp(“bcd”,”abc”) + nl

Output

0

-1

1

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