C Reference String Operation: strcpy()

The function strcpy() copies the characters from one string to another string.

Note: the null termination is also copied.


char * strcpy( char *target, const char *source);

The return value of the strcpy function is target.

strcpy() source code example:


		char line[100];
		strcpy(line, "hello,world!");
		printf ("%s\n", line);

Output of the example:


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