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printf() and Type Specifiers

Specifier      Description
d              Displays an argument as a decimal number
b              Displays an integer as a binary number
c              Displays an integer as its ASCII equivalent
f              Displays an integer as a floating-point number (double)
o              Displays an integer as an octal number (base 8)
s              Displays an argument as a string
x              Display an integer as a lowercase hexadecimal number (base 16)
X              Displays an integer as an uppercase hexadecimal number (base 16)

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