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Strcmp in Strings of Programming in C
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Strcmp 
Strcmp is a string function. It is used to compare two strings.

It returns
0 - if both strings are equals.
Negative values - when the first string less than second string.
Possitive values - when the first string greater than second string.
Syntax 
int strcmp(char[] string1,char[] string2);
Program
#include
void main(){
    char name[] = "apple";
    char name_copy[] = "apple";
    char compare_to[] = "ball";
    //Comparing results
    printf("String comparision: %d\n",strcmp(name,compare_to));
    printf("String comparision: %d\n",strcmp(compare_to,name));
    printf("String comparision: %d\n",strcmp(name,name_copy));
}
Output 
String comparision: -1
String comparision: 1
String comparision: 0
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