Check out example codes for "std string find character c++". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.

Code Example 1

if (string1.find(string2) != std::string::npos) {
    std::cout << "found!" << '\n';
}

Code Example 2

word = 'geeks for geeks'
  
# returns first occurrence of Substring 
result = word.find('geeks') 
print ("Substring 'geeks' found at index:", result ) 
  
result = word.find('for') 
print ("Substring 'for ' found at index:", result ) 
  
# How to use find() 
if (word.find('pawan') != -1): 
    print ("Contains given substring ") 
else: 
    print ("Doesn't contains given substring")

Code Example 3

// string::find
#include <iostream>       // std::cout
#include <string>         // std::string

int main ()
{
  std::string str ("There are two needles in this haystack with needles.");
  std::string str2 ("needle");

  // different member versions of find in the same order as above:
  std::size_t found = str.find(str2);
  if (found!=std::string::npos)
    std::cout << "first 'needle' found at: " << found << '\n';

  found=str.find("needles are small",found+1,6);
  if (found!=std::string::npos)
    std::cout << "second 'needle' found at: " << found << '\n';

  found=str.find("haystack");
  if (found!=std::string::npos)
    std::cout << "'haystack' also found at: " << found << '\n';

  found=str.find('.');
  if (found!=std::string::npos)
    std::cout << "Period found at: " << found << '\n';

  // let's replace the first needle:
  str.replace(str.find(str2),str2.length(),"preposition");
  std::cout << str << '\n';

  return 0;
}

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