C strncat() Function

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C strncat() Function

The strncat() function appends the source string to the destination string up to the specified length.


C Compiler
#include <stdio.h> #include <string.h> int main() { char src[50] = ".com"; char dest[50] = "wikimass"; strncat(dest, src, 2); printf("destination string: %s", dest); return 0; }


destination string: wikimass.c


char *strncat(char *dest, const char *src, int n);

Parameter Values

destRequiredSpecifies the destination string.
srcRequiredSpecifies the source string.
nRequiredSpecifies the length of the source string to be appended to the destination string.

Return Value

StringReturns a string where the specified the length of the source string is appended to the destination string.


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