In this article, we will discuss how to read a string after reading an integer.
Below is the program that inputs a string with spaces just after taken an input of an integer:
- In the above code, the string variable S is not able to store our input.
- The reason for this is that, when entering the integer T, and pressed enter, the newline character (\n) was not stored in the integer variable T.
- Instead, this newline character was stored in the upcoming string variable S.
- Hence, when displaying string S, it gives output as blank spaces. This is true even if the data type preceding the string is not int. It can be any data type besides int.
- As soon as enter is pressed, the newline character will get stored into the string which is inputting.
Program 2: In C++, the ignore() function accounts for nullifying the extra newline character which is generated by pressing “enter”. Below is the C++ program illustrating the use of the function ignore():