Schily's LIBRARY FUNCTIONS                             STRCATL(3)


NAME

     strcatl() - concatenates strings


SYNOPSIS

     char *strcatl(outbuf,s1...sn,NULL)
          char *outbuf,*s1...*sn;


DESCRIPTION

     strcatl() concatenates the "to" strings (s1...sn) into  out-
     buf.  The end of the list is signalled by NULL.


RETURNS

     Returns a pointer to the end of the concatenated output,  in
     outbuf.


NOTES

     No check for buffer overflow is made.

     A strcatl() of the form: strcatl(foo,bar,foo,NULL) does  not
     work   correctly,   although   a   strcatl()   of  the  form
     "strcatl(foo,foo,bar,NULL)" will. The destination string can
     only  be  a  source  string if it is the first string in the
     list.

Joerg Schilling    Last change: 15. Juli 1988                   1


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