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shvalb

February 23, 2005, 05:13 AM

Hi.

I have a little question, I use the sprintf() like this:
::sprintf(temp, "0%x%x", pUni->charValAndLang[k+1], pUni->charValAndLang[k]);

so the 'temp' (for instance) is 05d0, my question is, supposed I would like it to be %05%d0, how to I set the % char in the sprintf() ??

it supposed to be something like:
::sprintf(temp, "%0%x%%x", pUni->charValAndLang[k+1], pUni->charValAndLang[k]);

no ?

Thanks.

 
Jari Komppa

February 23, 2005, 05:32 AM

To make sprintf output %, you must put %% in there.

So, to print a hex number prefixed by a %, you need %%%x.

 
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