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Strings

String is a sequence of characters that are treated as a single data item and terminated by a null character ‘\0’. C does not support strings as a data type. A string is actually a one-dimensional array of characters in the C language.
Strings in C
This blog will cover strings in the C language, the different ways of declaring a string in the C language, and how we can input strings.
Storage for Strings in C EASY
In this article, we will learn in detail about how strings are stored in memory in the C language along with some examples
What’s the difference between char s[] and char *s in C EASY
This article will discuss the difference between char s[] and char *s in C with the help of some examples.
String compare in C
In this article, we will learn different ways to do string compare in C/C++.
strpbrk() in C EASY
This article introduces you to the string function - strpbrk() in C with a detailed explanation and examples.
ispunct() in C EASY
This article will discuss all the necessary points associated with the ispunct function in C programming. We will further look at a few examples to understand the working of the ispunct function in the C programming language.
strspn() in C EASY
This blog covers the concepts of strspn() in C.
strcat() function in c MEDIUM
This article covers what strcat in C is along with its syntax, parameter, return value & example. Discover the Ins and Outs of String Concatenation with our Comprehensive Guide.
Strcmp() Function in C EASY
This blog will teach you about the strcmp function in C. You will also learn how to compare two strings using the built-in library function strcmp.