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The Format Specifiers


Format Specifier           Conversion Applied

%a                         Floating-point hexadecimal

%b                         Boolean

%c                         Character

%d                         Decimal integer

%h                         Hash code of the argument

%e                         Scientific notation

%f                         Decimal floating-point

%g                         Uses %e or %f, whichever is shorter

%o                         Octal integer

%n                         Inserts a newline character

%s                         String

%t                         Time and date

%x                         Integer hexadecimal

%%                         Inserts a % sign


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