Arduino String Appending Operators Code




Just as you can concatenate Strings with other data objects using the StringAdditionOperator, you can also use the += operator and the cconcat() method to append things to Strings. The += operator and the concat() method work the same way, it’s just a matter of which style you prefer. The two examples below illustrate both, and result in the same String:

Arduino String Appending Operators




String stringOne = “A long integer: “;

// using += to add a long variable to a string:
stringOne += 123456789;

or

String stringOne = “A long integer: “;

// using concat() to add a long variable to a string:
stringTwo.concat(123456789);

In both cases, stringOne equals “A long integer: 123456789”. Like the + operator, these operators are handy for assembling longer strings from a combination of data objects.

Circuit

There is no circuit for this example, though your Arduino must be connected to your computer via USB.

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/*
Appending to Strings using the += operator and concat()Examples of how to append different data types to strings

created 27 July 2010
modified 2 Apr 2012
by Tom Igoe

http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/StringAppendOperator

This example code is in the public domain.
*/
String stringOne, stringTwo;

void setup() {
// Open serial communications and wait for port to open:
Serial.begin(9600);
while (!Serial) {
; // wait for serial port to connect. Needed for Leonardo only
}

stringOne = String(“Sensor “);
stringTwo = String(“value”);
// send an intro:
Serial.println(“\n\nAppending to a string:”);
Serial.println();
}

void loop() {
Serial.println(stringOne);  // prints  “Sensor “

// adding a string to a string:
stringOne += stringTwo;
Serial.println(stringOne);  // prints “Sensor value”

// adding a constant string to a string:
stringOne += ” for input “;
Serial.println(stringOne);  // prints “Sensor value for input”

// adding a constant character to a string:
stringOne += ‘A’;
Serial.println(stringOne);   // prints “Sensor value for input A”

// adding a constant integer to a string:
stringOne += 0;
Serial.println(stringOne);   // prints “Sensor value for input A0”

// adding a constant string to a string:
stringOne += “: “;
Serial.println(stringOne);  // prints “Sensor value for input”

// adding a variable integer to a string:
stringOne += analogRead(A0);
Serial.println(stringOne);   // prints “Sensor value for input A0: 456” or whatever analogRead(A0) is

Serial.println(“\n\nchanging the Strings’ values”);
stringOne = “A long integer: “;
stringTwo = “The millis(): “;

// adding a constant long integer to a string:
stringOne += 123456789;
Serial.println(stringOne);   // prints “A long integer: 123456789”

// using concat() to add a long variable to a string:
stringTwo.concat(millis());
Serial.println(stringTwo); // prints “The millis(): 43534” or whatever the value of the millis() is

// do nothing while true:
while(true);
}

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Hardware Required:

  • Arduino Board

 

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