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System.out.printf("%b %n %c %n %s %n %s %n %d %n",..)

 
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import java.io.IOException;

public class PrintfStuff {
  public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
    char three[] = { 't', 'h', 'r', 'e', 'e' };
    System.out.printf("%b %n %c %n %s %n %s %n %d %n"
        + "%d %n %g %n %g %n %s %n", !false, '3', new String(three), "Three",
        3, Long.MAX_VALUE, Math.PI, Double.MAX_VALUE, new Object());
  }
}
/*true 
 3 
 three 
 Three 
 3 
9223372036854775807 
 3.14159 
 1.79769e+308 
 java.lang.Object@61de33 
*/

   
  










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