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NAME

       concatname - concatenate two names with user separator

SYNOPSYS

       #include "mut.h"
       char ∗concatname(s, t)
       char ∗s, ∗t;

PARAMETERS

       s                   Pointer to a string

       t                   Pointer to a string

DESCRIPTION

       The  concatname function adds the separator defined by MBK_SEPAR(1), and then the string t
       at the end of string s. This is not like a strcat(3) of the standard library, because s is
       not  beeing modified.  The string returned has already been put in the names dictionary by
       a call to namealloc(3).

RETURN VALUE

       concatname returns a pointer to a string in the name hash table.

EXAMPLE

       #include "mut.h"
       #include "mlo.h"
       void flat_sig_alias(ptsig, insname)
       losig_list ∗ptsig;
       char ∗insname;
       {
       chain_list ∗pt;
          for (pt = ptsig->NAMECHAIN; pt; pt = pt->NEXT)
             pt->DATA = (void ∗)concatname(insname, (char ∗)pt->DATA);
       }

SEE ALSO

       mbk(1), namealloc(3), MBK_SEPAR(1).