char *strncat(char *s1, const char *s2,
The strncat() function appends up to n
characters from string s2 to string
s1, and then appends a terminating null character. The
initial character of s2 overwrites the null character at
the end of s1. Subsequent characters in s2 are
appended to s1 until either the end of s2 is reached or
n characters have been copied. If copying takes place between
objects that overlap, the behavior is undefined.
The function strncat()
does not allocate any storage. The caller must insure that the
buffer pointed to by s1 is long enough to hold the added
Is the null terminated string to be modified.
Is the null terminated string to be copied to the end of s1.
Is the maximum number of characters to append.
The strncat() function returns the value of
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