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String Manipulation Functions

String Manipulation functions allow you to manipulate or compare strings. These functions begin with the str prefix. Expand the category to view a list of the available functions.

Click one of the following functions for more information:

Function Name
Description
Concatenates two strings.
Returns the pointer to the first occurrence of a character in a string.
Compares two strings to determine the alphabetic order.
Copies one string to another.
Duplicates a string.
Performs a case-insensitive comparison of two strings.
Returns the length of a string.
Concatenates n characters from one string to another.
Compares the first n characters of two strings.
Copies the first n characters of one string to another.
Performs a case-insensitive comparison of n strings.
Finds the last occurrence of a character in a string.
Returns the length of the leading characters in a string that are contained in a specified string.
Returns the first occurrence of one string in another.
Returns a token from a string delimited by specified characters.