C strrchr() Function

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C strrchr() Function

The strrchr() function determines the last occurrence of the given character in the string.

In the following example, *lName is a pointer variable which collects address returned by strrchr() function.


C Compiler
#include <stdio.h> #include <string.h> int main() { const char str[] = "John Doe R"; const char ch = ' '; char *lName; lName = strrchr(str, ch); printf("Last Name: %s", lName); return 0; }


Last Name: R


char *strrchr(char *str, int ch)

Parameter Values

strRequiredSpecifies a string.
chRequiredSpecifies a character.

Return Value

AddressReturns the pointer to a position in the last occurrence of the given character in the given string.
NULLIf the character is not found.


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