C String – strcpy() function1 min read

strcpy() function in C is used to copy the contents from one string (source) to another string (destination).

The strcpy() function is defined in the header file string.h. It takes two arguments, destination and source. The source is from where the string is taken and the destination is to where the string is copied and written as follows:

strcpy(destination, source);

C Program for strcpy() function

Output:

String on str2: Simple2Code.


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