ustrdup man page

ustrdup — Duplicates a string. Allegro game programming library.

Synopsis

#include <allegro.h>

char *ustrdup(const char *src)

Description

This functions copies the null-terminated string `src' into a newly allocated area of memory, effectively duplicating it. Example:

void manipulate_string(const char *input_string)
{
   char *temp_buffer = ustrdup(input_string);
   /* Now we can modify temp_buffer */
   ...

Return Value

Returns the newly allocated string. This memory must be freed by the caller. Returns NULL if it cannot allocate space for the duplicated string.

See Also

_ustrdup(3), uconvert(3), ustrsize(3), ustrsizez(3), exconfig(3)

Referenced By

exconfig(3), _ustrdup(3).

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