Program showing use of strcpy, strcat, strcmp function


int main()
char name1[12], name2[12], mixed[25];
char title[20];

strcpy(name1, "Rosalinda");
strcpy(name2, "Zeke");
strcpy(title, "This is the title.");

printf(" %s\n\n", title);
printf("Name 1 is %s\n", name1);
printf("Name 2 is %s\n", name2);

if(strcmp(name1, name2) > 0) /* returns 1 if name1 > name2 */
strcpy(mixed, name1);
strcpy(mixed, name2);

printf("The biggest name alphabetically is %s\n", mixed);

strcpy(mixed, name1);
strcat(mixed, " ");
strcat(mixed, name2);
printf("Both names are %s\n", mixed);

return 0;

/* Output of Program.

This is the title.

Name1 is Rosalinda
Name2 is Zeke
The biggest name alphabetically is Zeke
Both names are Rosalinda Zeke


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