Chapter 9: Debugger Commands
Conversion characters are listed in the following table with a detailed
description of each character.
indicates that the result of conversion is to be left-justified
within the field.
is a string of one or more decimal characters. The first digits
is a minimum field width. The field will be at least this many
characters wide, padded if necessary. The padding is
normally on the left. When '–' is used, padding is on the
right. The field is padded with blanks unless the first digit in
digits is a 0; then the field is padded with zeros.
separates two digit strings and must be specified if a second
digit string is used.
(second occurrence) is the maximum field width. For
strings, it is the maximum number of characters to print; for
f and e notations, it is the maximum number of fractional
decimal places to print. For g notation, it is the number of
significant digits to be printed.
indicates that a conversion character (d, x, or u)
corresponds to a long argument.
The argument is converted to character format.
The argument is converted to decimal format.
The float or double argument is converted to the format
[–]d.ddde+dd, where the number of digits after the
decimal point is equal to the precision. If precision is zero,
no decimal point is printed. The default precision is 6. The
E conversion character produces a number with E instead of
e introducing the exponent. The exponent always contains
at least two digits.