This is the simplest interface function to retrieve a configuration string. This assumes that you exactly know the name of the key and you are sure that the value is a string. The function returns the pointer to the constant string or returns NULL if the configuration key is not present in the tree or the value is not a string.
The use of this function is not recommended. This function is present
in this package to ease porting of programs that use simpler configuration
information management software.
char *cft_GetString(ptConfigTree pCT,
This function calls cft_GetEx.