C++ Program to check String Palindrome
In this tutorial, we will learn how to demonstrate how to check if the String is Palindrome or not, in the C++ programming language.
Condition for a String to be Palindrome:
A String is considered to be a Palindrome if it is the same as its reverse.
Steps to check for String Palindrome:
Take the String to be checked for Palindrome as input.
Initialize another array of characters of the same length to store the reverse of the string.
Traverse the input string from its end to the beginning and keep storing each character in the newly created array of char.
If the characters at each of the positions of the old
char array are the same as the new
char array, then the string is a palindrome. Else it isn't.
//This header file is used to make use of the system defined String methods.
using namespace std;
cout << "\n\nWelcome to Studytonight :-)\n\n\n";
cout << " ===== Program to Determine whether String is Palindrome or not, in CPP ===== \n\n";
//String Variable Declaration
char s1, c = 'a';
int n1, i = 0;
cout << "\n\nEnter the String you want to check : ";
cin >> s1;
//Computing string length without using system defined method
while (c != '\0')
c = s1[i++];
n1 = i-1;
cout << "Length of the entered string is : " << n1 << "\n\n";
i = 0;
//Computing reverse of the String without using system defined method
while (i != n1 + 1)
s2[i] = s1[n1 - i - 1];
cout << "Reverse of the entered string is : " << s2 << "\n\n\n";
i = 0;
//Logic to check for Palindrome
while (i != n1)
if (s2[i] != s1[i])
if (i != n1)
cout << "The String \"" << s1 << "\"" << " is not a Palindrome.";
cout << "The String \"" << s1 << "\"" << " is a Palindrome.";
cout << "\n\n";
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