The following are the differences between strcpy() and memcpy():

- memcpy() copies specific number of bytes from source to destinatio in RAM, where as strcpy() copies a constant / string into another string.
- memcpy() works on fixed length of arbitrary data, where as strcpy() works on null-terminated strings and it has no length limitations.
- memcpy() is used to copy the exact amount of data, whereas strcpy() is used of copy variable-length null terminated strings