Defined in header
char* gets( char* str );
| (deprecated in C++11)
(removed in C++14)
Reads stdin into given character string until a newline character is found or end-of-file occurs.
|str||-||character string to be written|
 Return value
str on success, a null pointer on failure.
If the failure has been caused by end of file condition, additionally sets the eof indicator (see std::feof()) on stdin. If the failure has been caused by some other error, sets the error indicator (see std::ferror()) on stdin.
The function provides no means to prevent buffer overflow of the destination array, given sufficiently long input string.
std::gets was deprecated in C++11 and removed from C++14.
std::fgets can be used instead.
 See also
| reads formatted input from stdin, a file stream or a buffer |
| gets a character string from a file stream |
| writes a character string to a file stream |
C documentation for gets