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 strlcpy(3) -- size-bounded string copying and concatenation
    The strlcpy() and strlcat() functions copy and concatenate strings respectively. They are designed to be safer, more consistent, and less error prone replacements for strncpy(3) and strncat(3). Unlike...
 strlen(3) -- find length of string
    The strlen() function computes the length of the string s.
 strmode(3) -- convert inode status information into a symbolic string
    The strmode() function converts a file mode (the type and permission information associated with an inode, see stat(2)) into a symbolic string which is stored in the location referenced by bp. This st...
 strncasecmp(3) -- compare strings, ignoring case
    The strcasecmp() and strncasecmp() functions compare the null-terminated strings s1 and s2 and return an integer greater than, equal to, or less than 0, according as s1 is lexicographically greater th...
 strncat(3) -- concatenate strings
    The strcat() and strncat() functions append a copy of the null-terminated string append to the end of the null-terminated string s, then add a terminating `\0'. The string s must have sufficient spa...
 strncmp(3) -- compare strings
    The strcmp() and strncmp() functions lexicographically compare the nullterminated strings s1 and s2.
 strncpy(3) -- copy strings
    The strcpy() and strncpy() functions copy the string src to dst (including the terminating `\0' character). The strncpy() copies not more than len characters into dst, appending `\0' characters if...
 strpbrk(3) -- locate multiple characters in string
    The strpbrk() function locates in the null-terminated string s the first occurrence of any character in the string charset and returns a pointer to this character. If no characters from charset occur ...
 strptime(3) -- converts a character string to a time value
    The strptime() function converts the character string pointed to by buf to values which are stored in the tm structure pointed to by tm, using the format specified by format. The format string consist...
 strrchr(3) -- locate character in string
    The strrchr() function locates the last occurrence of c (converted to a char) in the string s. If c is `\0', strrchr() locates the terminating `\0'.
 strsep(3) -- separate strings
    The strsep() function locates, in the null-terminated string referenced by *stringp, the first occurrence of any character in the string delim (or the terminating `\0' character) and replaces it wit...
 strsignal(3) -- get signal description string
    The strsignal() function returns a pointer to the language-dependent string describing a signal. The array pointed to is not to be modified by the program, but may be overwritten by subsequent calls t...
 strspn(3) -- span a string
    The strspn() function spans the initial part of the null-terminated string s as long as the characters from s occur in string charset.
 strstr(3) -- locate a substring in a string
    The strstr() function locates the first occurrence of the null-terminated string little in the null-terminated string big. If little is the empty string, strstr() returns big; if little occurs nowhere...
 strsvis(3) -- visually encode characters
    The vis() function copies into dst a string which represents the character c. If c needs no encoding, it is copied in unaltered. The string is null terminated, and a pointer to the end of the string i...
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