The wcsncat() function appends the characters of the source to the destination, including a terminating null wide character. If the length of the string in source is less than num. Then only the content up to the terminating null wide character is copied.
wchar_t* wcsncat (wchar_t* destination, const wchar_t* source, size_t num)
Parameters: The function accepts three mandatory parameters which are described below:
- destination: specifies the pointer to the destination array
- source: specifies the string to be added to the destination
- num: specifies the maximum number of character to be added
Return value: The function returns the destination.
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