here is an updated version of the code i pasted before. it can handle all characters and white spaces or a mix of everything together . the thing i would like the most is a technical clarification on a palindrome so we can build off of what they REALLY
are and not our guesses =/. i reinvented the wheel on the Reverse() rather than using reverse() in the STL algorithm class so it would be a tad more challanging and fun to do. for space reasons, code organization and stuff like that i put it up on a code pasting
site =). the link can be found here ->
i would just like to point out that mine handles spaces, every type of character, numbers and letters, and the whole schmeal. EXCEPT, now that you mention it i never checked about casing. now i ask this question though, is aBbA or AbBa a palindrome. basically
i want someone to list the criteria that makes a string a palindrome and we can work from there.