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sprintf (9)
  • sprintf (3) ( FreeBSD man: Библиотечные вызовы )
  • sprintf (3) ( Русские man: Библиотечные вызовы )
  • sprintf (3) ( Linux man: Библиотечные вызовы )
  • sprintf (3) ( POSIX man: Библиотечные вызовы )
  • >> sprintf (9) ( Solaris man: Ядро )
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    NAME

    sprintf, snprintf - format characters in memory
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    #include <sys/ddi.h>
    
    
    
    char *sprintf(char *buf, const char *fmt...);
    

    size_t snprintf(char *buf, size_t n, const char *fmt...);
    

     

    INTERFACE LEVEL

    Solaris DDI specific (Solaris DDI).  

    PARAMETERS

    buf

    Pointer to a character string.

    fmt

    Pointer to a character string.

     

    DESCRIPTION

    The sprintf() function builds a string in buf under the control of the format fmt. The format is a character string with either plain characters, which are simply copied into buf, or conversion specifications, each of which converts zero or more arguments, again copied into buf. The results are unpredictable if there are insufficient arguments for the format; excess arguments are simply ignored. It is the user's responsibility to ensure that enough storage is available for buf.

    The snprintf() function is identical to sprintf() with the addition of the argument n, which specifies the size of the buffer referred to by buf. The buffer is always terminated with the null byte.  

    Conversion Specifications

    Each conversion specification is introduced by the % character, after which the following appear in sequence:

    An optional value specifying a minimum field width for numeric conversion. The converted value will be right-justified and, if it has fewer characters than the minimum, is padded with leading spaces unless the field width is an octal value, then it is padded with leading zeroes.

    An optional l (ll) specifying that a following d, D, o, O, x, X, or u conversion character applies to a long (long long) integer argument. An l (ll) before any other conversion character is ignored.

    A character indicating the type of conversion to be applied:

    d,D,o,O,x,X,u

    The integer argument is converted to signed decimal (d, D), unsigned octal (o, O), unsigned hexadecimal (x, X) or unsigned decimal (u), respectively, and copied. The letters abcdef are used for x conversion. The letters ABCDEF are used for X conversion.

    c

    The character value of argument is copied.

    b

    This conversion uses two additional arguments. The first is an integer, and is converted according to the base specified in the second argument. The second argument is a character string in the form <base>[<arg>...]. The base supplies the conversion base for the first argument as a binary value; \10 gives octal, \20 gives hexadecimal. Each subsequent <arg> is a sequence of characters, the first of which is the bit number to be tested, and subsequent characters, up to the next bit number or terminating null, supply the name of the bit.

    A bit number is a binary-valued character in the range 1-32. For each bit set in the first argument, and named in the second argument, the bit names are copied, separated by commas, and bracketed by < and >. Thus, the following function call would generate reg=3<BitTwo,BitOne>\n in buf.

    sprintf(buf, "reg=%b\n", 3, "\10\2BitTwo\1BitOne")

    p

    The argument is taken to be a pointer; the value of the pointer is displayed in unsigned hexadecimal. The display format is equivalent to %lx. To avoid lint warnings, cast pointers to type void * when using the %p format specifier.

    s

    The argument is taken to be a string (character pointer), and characters from the string are copied until a null character is encountered. If the character pointer is NULL, the string <null string> is used in its place.

    %

    Copy a %; no argument is converted.

     

    RETURN VALUES

    The sprintf() function returns its first argument, buf.

    The snprintf() function returns the number of characters formatted, that is, the number of characters that would have been written to the buffer if it were large enough. If the value of n is less than or equal to 0 on a call to snprintf(), the function simply returns the number of characters formatted.  

    CONTEXT

    The sprintf() and snprintf() functions and can be called from user, interrupt, or kernel context.  

    SEE ALSO


     

    Index

    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    INTERFACE LEVEL
    PARAMETERS
    DESCRIPTION
    Conversion Specifications
    RETURN VALUES
    CONTEXT
    SEE ALSO


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