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Manipulating strings

Manipulating strings: Learning C
Manipulating strings: Learning C

A string in the C language is an array of char variables. Strings can be declared as immediate values. A string buffer is created as a char array of a set size. All strings end with a null character. The string.h header file defines strings manipulation functions. You cannot add strings together in C, but must instead copy the first to a buffer, then concatenate (or append) the second string to the first in the new buffer.

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Developer Programming Languages C

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