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/* Copyright (c) 2000 TXT DataKonsult Ab & Monty Program Ab
   Copyright (c) 2009-2011, Monty Program Ab

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/*
  strmov(dst, src) moves all the  characters  of  src  (including  the
  closing NUL) to dst, and returns a pointer to the new closing NUL in
  dst.	 The similar UNIX routine strcpy returns the old value of dst,
  which I have never found useful.  strmov(strmov(dst,a),b) moves a//b
  into dst, which seems useful.
*/

#include "strings_def.h"

#ifndef strmov

char *strmov(register char *dst, register const char *src)
{
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  DBUG_ASSERT(src + strlen(src) < dst || dst + strlen(src) < src);
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  while ((*dst++ = *src++)) ;
  return dst-1;
}

#endif /* strmov */