FcStrPlus − concatenate two strings


#include <fontconfig.h>

FcChar8 * FcStrPlus (const FcChar8 *s1, const FcChar8 *s2);


This function allocates new storage and places the concatenation of s1 and s2 there, returning the new string.


Fontconfig version 2.8.0

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