[Laszlo-dev] Re: printf question
max at laszlosystems.com
Tue Jan 24 09:46:05 PST 2006
It would be great to refactor your printf code into a utility class so
it's easy to use outside the debugger...
P T Withington wrote:
> I confess I was referring to the Darwin man page when I implemented
> Debug.format. Personally, I do not think it is important to go into
> more detail. But surely there must be a POSIX standard that you should
> be referring to, if you refer to anything. (And then I should check
> that what I implemented conforms to that POSIX spec.
> On 24 Jan 2006, at 09:21, John Sundman wrote:
>> The Dguide chapter on debugging merely says "The standard printf
>> conversions are accepted, with the exception of a, n, and p" , but it
>> does not say what these standard conversions are.
>> You can find them on the net, for example, here:
>> a) These are all derived from C, n'est-ce pas?
>> b) Is there a public domain description of these conversions
>> anywhere? I would like to include a table in the dguide but don't
>> want to violate anybody's copyright -- and it certainly would be
>> easier to cut-n-paste a table than to make up a new one.
>> c) If there is no public domain description, is there a preferred
>> place I should link to? I just used the one above because it came out
>> tops from a google search.
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