This function finds the first character in the string s1 that matches any character specified in s2 (It excludes terminating null-characters).
Syntax : char *strpbrk(const char *s1, const char *s2) Parameters : s1 : string to be scanned. s2 : string containing the characters to match. Return Value : It returns a pointer to the character in s1 that matches one of the characters in s2, else returns NULL.
Character not found First matching character: e
This function can be used in game of lottery where the person having string with letter
coming first in victory wins, i.e. this can be used at any place where first person wins.
Better luck next time Congrats u have won
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