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Swift sprintf

sprintf(spec, variable list) will generate a string based on the specified format.

Example: string s = sprintf("\t%s\n", "hello");

Format specifiers

%% % sign
%M Filename output (waits for close)
%p Format variable according to an internal format
%b Boolean output
%f Float output
%i int output
%s String output
%k Variable sKipped, no output
%q Array output


strcat(a,b,c,d,. . . ) will return a string containing all of the strings passed as parameters joined into a single string. There may be any number of parameters.

The + operator concatenates two strings: strcat(a,b) is the same as a + b.


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