Copying a string using pointer notation : char array « Data Types « C++ Tutorial

#include <iostream>
using std::cout;
using std::endl;

void copy( char *, const char * );

int main()
   char string1[ 10 ];
   char string2[] = "Good Bye";

   copy( string1, string2 );
   cout << "string1 = " << string2 << endl;
   return 0;

void copy( char *s1, const char *s2 )
   for ( ; ( *s1 = *s2 ) != '\0'; s1++, s2++ )
string1 = Good Bye

2.20.char array
2.20.1.char array buffers
2.20.2.initialized string
2.20.3.Treating character arrays as strings.
2.20.4.Get line with buffer size for char array reading
2.20.5.Use cin.get() to read a string based on char array
2.20.6.Reverse case using array indexing.
2.20.7.Reverse a string in place.
2.20.8.Copying a string using array notation
2.20.9.Copying a string using pointer notation
2.20.10.Initializing char pointers with strings
2.20.11.Using an array of pointers to char
2.20.12.simple string variable
2.20.13.reads multiple lines, terminates on '$' character
2.20.14.reads string with embedded blanks
2.20.15.Read from keyboard and output char array
2.20.16.multidimensional char arrays