On Fri, 4 Mar 2005, Brian Foster wrote:
> - is it possible, without changing gcc, to remove
> or redefine some of the % codes it does know?
>> - if it is possible to add remove or change % codes,
> can that be concurrently used with the UN-altered
> definitions for "real" printf(3)?
I'd love to know this too.
A lot of "platforms" lack %z for size_t, which makes it quite
difficult to avoid warnings from compiler for anything which tries to
printf a size_t.
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