2.1.2.47 strchr


Description

Find the first occurrence of a character in a string.

Syntax

LPSTR strchr( LPCSTR lpcszStr, int cc )

Parameters

lpcszStr
[input] NULL terminated source string
cc
[input] Character to be located

Return

Returns a pointer to the first occurrence of a character in a string.

Examples

EX1

void strchr_ex1()
{
	int  ch = 'O';
	char str[] = "Welcome to use Origin!";
	printf( "String to be searched: \t%s\n", str );
	printf( "Search char:\t%c\n", ch );
	
	/* Search forward. */
	char *pCh = strchr( str, ch ); // to search 'O', if found return the position
	printf("%s\n", pCh); // output "Origin!"
	
	if( pCh != NULL )
	{
		int nPos = pCh - str + 1;
	  	printf( "Result:\tFirst %c found at position %d\n\n", ch, nPos );
	}
	else
	  	printf( "Result:\t%c not found\n" );
}

Remark

See Also

strrchr

Header to Include

origin.h

Reference