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If n<strlen(s2) then strncpy(s1, s2, n) simply copies the first n characters of s2 into the beginning of s1. However, if n>strlen(s2), then strncpy(s1, s2, n) has the same effect as strcpy(s1, s2): it makes s1 a duplicate of s2 with the same length. The strcat() and strncat() functions work the same as the strcpy() and strncpy() functions except that the characters from the second string are copied onto the end of the first string. The term "cat" comes from the word "catenate" meaning "string together." The call strcat (s1, s2) to the original version of s1 appends XYZ onto the end of s1. It can be visualized like this:
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Since s2 has length 3, strcat(s1, s2) copies 4 bytes (including the NUL character), overwriting the NUL characters of s1 and its following 3 bytes. The length of s1 is increased to 10. If any of the extra bytes following s1 that are needed to copy s2 are in use by any other object, the results will be unpredictable. The call strncat(s1, s2, 2) appends XY onto the end of s1. The effect can be visualized like this:
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Since s2 has length 3, strncat (s1, s2, 2) copies 2 bytes, overwriting the NUL character of s1 and the byte that follows it. Then it puts the NUL character in the next byte to complete the string s1. This increases its length to 9. (If either of the extra 2 bytes had been in use by some other object, the program will behave unpredictably.)
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The strpbrk() function uses a string of characters as a collection of characters. It generalizes the strchr() function, looking for the first occurrence in the first string of any of the characters in the second string. Example 7.6 The strpbrk() Function char s[]="The Mississippi is a river."; cout <<"s = \"" <<s <<"\"\n"; char* p = strpbrk(s, "nopqr"); cout <<"strpbrk(s, \"nopqr\") -> s[" <<p-s <<"].\n"; p = strpbrk(s, "NOPQR"); if (p == NULL) cout <<"strpbrk(s, \"NOPQR\") is NULL\n"; The call strpbrk(s, "nopqr") returns the first occurrence in s of any of the five characters 'n', 'o', 'p', 'q', or 'r'. The first of these found is the 'p' at s [12]. The call strpbrk (s, "NOPQR") returns the NULL pointer because none of these five characters occurs in s. Table 7.2 summarizes most of the useful functions in <string. h>. size_t is a special integer type that is defined in the <string. h> file.
Table 7.2 <string.h> Functions memcpy() void* memcpy(void* s1, const void* s2, size_t n); Replaces the first n bytes of *s1 with the first n bytes of *s2. Returns s1. char* strcat(char* s1, const char* s2); Appends s2 to s1. Returns s1. char* strchr (const char* s, int c); Returns pointer to the 1st occurrence of c in s. Returns NULL if c is not in s. int strcmp(const char* s1, const char* s2); Compares s1 with substring s2. Returns a negative integer zero, or a positive integer, according to whether s1 is lexicographically less than, equal to, or greater than s2. char* strcpy(char* s1, const char* s2); Replaces s1 with s2. Returns s1.
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strcspn() size_t strcspn(char* s1, const char* s2); Returns the length of the longest substring of s1 that begins with s1 [0] and contains none of the characters found in s2. (table continued on following page)
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strlen()
size_t strlen(const char* s); Returns the length of s, which is the number of characters beginning with s [0] that precede the first occurrence of the NUL character.
strncat() char* strncat(char* s1, const char* s2, size_t n); Appends the first n characters of s2 to s1. Returns s1. If n > strlen(s2), then strncat (s1, s2, n) is the same as strcat (s1, s2). strncmp() int strncmp(const char* s1, const char* s2, size_t n); Compares first n characters of s1 with first n characters of s2. Returns a negative, zero, or a positive integer, according to whether the first substring is <, ==, or > the second. If n > strlen (s2), then it is the same as strcmp (s1, s2). strncpy() char* strncpy(char* s1, const char* s2, size_t n); Replaces the first n characters of s1 with the first n characters of s2. Returns s1. If n < strlen(s1), the length of s1 is not affected. If n > strlen(s2), then it is same as strcpy (s1, s2). strpbrk() char* strpbrk(const char* s1, const char* s2); Returns the address of the first occurrence in s1 of any of the characters in s2. Returns NULL if none of the characters in s2 appears in s2. strrch() char* strrchr (const char* s, int c); Returns a pointer to the last occurrence of c in s. Returns NULL if c is not in s. size_t strspn(char* s1, const char* s2); Returns the length of the longest substring of sl that begins with s1 [0] and contains only characters found in s2. char* strstr (const char* s1, const char* s2); Returns the address of the first occurrence of s2 as a substring of s1. Returns NULL if ch is not in s1. char* strtok(char* s1, const char* s2); Tokenizes the string s1 into tokens delimited by the characters found in string s2. After the initial call strtok (s1, s2), each successive call strtok (NULL, s2) returns a pointer to the next token found in s1. These calls change the string s1, replacing each delimiter with the NUL character '\0'.
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