Concatenate String or Char

I want to set up an array of strings and add it to an other string like below. It seems I can create an array using char*, but I can only concatenate two strings, not two char variables. Is there a solution? Here is my code

char* myStrings[]={"Morning", "Day", "Evening","Night"};

void setup() {

void loop() {
int i=2;
char greeting="Good "+myStrings*;*

  • Serial.println(greeting);*

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The first thing you need to know is that a string is an array of chars so your greeting variable could only hold one character.

The second thing you need to know is that the char array must be sized large enough to hold the full string.

Once you have prepared the appropriate variable to hold the string, you can use strcat() to concatenate strings into it: