Synonyms for printf or Related words with printf

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Examples of "printf"
Some languages, like JavaScript, do not have a standard native printf implementation but external libraries, like printj, emulate printf behavior. They are not included.
printf("number %d is%s even", num, num % 2 ? " not" : "");
Variadic templates may also apply to functions, thus not only providing a type-safe add-on to variadic functions (such as printf) - but also allowing a printf-like function to process non-trivial objects.
The C printf function writes output to stdout. If the parameter of the printf function is not properly formatted, several security bugs can be introduced. Below is a program that is vulnerable to a format string attack.
dtrace -n 'syscall::open*:entry { printf("%s %s",execname,copyinstr(arg0)); }'
Using interrupt 21h for output – other samples use libc's printf to print to stdout.
Unix printf first appeared in Version 4, as part of the porting to C.
MinGW-w64 has resolved these issues, and provides fully POSIX compliant printf functionality.
printf("Color %s, number1 %d, number2 %05d, hex %#x, float %5.2f, unsigned value %u.\n",
printf "%s said %s to the crowd of people.", $name, $greeting;
dtrace -n 'io:::start { printf("%d %s %d",pid,execname,args[0]->b_bcount); }'
which searches for "printf" in section 3 of the man pages.
A common use case is in constructing printf or scanf format strings, where format specifiers are given by macros.
Some APIs like Multimedia Control Interface, embedded SQL or printf use strings to hold commands that will be interpreted.
The following program loads the local C standard library implementation and uses it to call the "printf" function.
In kernel mode, you can't use the standard C library, so printf is not available, hence printk.
In many programming languages' string formatting operations (performed by functions such as printf), the percent sign denotes parts of the template string that will be replaced with arguments. (See printf format string.) In Python and Ruby the percent sign is also used as the string formatting operator.
Some compilers, like the GNU Compiler Collection, will statically check the format strings of printf-like functions and warn about problems (when using the flags codice_37 or codice_38). GCC will also warn about user-defined printf-style functions if the non-standard "format" codice_39 is applied to the function.
Some versions of codice_1 lack explicit field delimiters in their printf-generated output, leading to numeric fields running together and thus corrupting the output data.
Some functions deliberately do not conform to the POSIX standard for security reasons, such as printf which does not support the codice_1 format string.