How to copy a few chars from a char[] to a char* in C?

Yo! I'm trying to copy a few chars from a char[] to a char*. I just want the chars from index 6 to (message length - 9). Maybe the code example will explain my problem more: char buffer[512] = "GET /testfile.htm HTTP/1.0"; char* filename; // I want *filename to hold only "/testfile.htm" msgLen = recv(connecting_socket, buffer, 512, 0); strncpy(filename, buffer+5, msgLen-9); Any response would help alot!
I think you mean "strncpy(filename...", not "strncpy(file". file is not a declared variable in your code.

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