What is the difference between the memcpy() and strcpy() functions in C?
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"The memcpy() function is used to copy a specified number of bytes from one memory to another. Whereas, the strcpy() function is used to copy the contents of one string into another.
The memcpy() function operates on a memory instead of a value. Whereas, strcpy() function works on value, not memory."
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