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NAME

       stracat - concatenate many strings into an allocated memory block

SYNOPSIS

       #include <publib.h>
       char *stracat(const char *s, ...);

DESCRIPTION

       stracat  will allocate a block of memory with malloc and concatenate all arguments strings
       into this block.  The user is supposed to  free  the  returned  block.   The  end  of  the
       argument list is signalled by a null pointer.

RETURN VALUE

       stracat returns a pointer to the allocated block, or NULL if it could not be allocated.

EXAMPLE

       To concatenate "hello, " and "world", one might say the following.

            p = stracat("hello, ", "world", (char *)NULL);
            if (p != NULL)
                 puts(p);

       Please note that it is necessary to case NULL as in the example above,
       since there is no information about the type of the argument available
       in the prototype, and since an unadorned NULL might not be of the
       correct type.  (See any good C reference book or the comp.lang.c FAQ for
       more information.)

SEE ALSO

       publib(3), strcat(3)

AUTHOR

       Lars Wirzenius (lars.wirzenius@helsinki.fi)