strright(3) return a pointer to the beginning of the rightmost n chars in a string


#include <publib.h>
char *strright(const char *s, size_t n);


strright will return a pointer to the first of the n rightmost characters (not counting the '\0') in the string s. It does not make a copy of the string, but will return a pointer into the argument string.


Lars Wirzenius ([email protected])