What is the output of printf("%d")?
1. When we write printf("%d",x); this means compiler
will print the value of x. But as here, there is
after "%d", so compiler will show in output window
2. When we use %d the compiler internally uses it to access the argument in the stack (argument stack). Ideally compiler determines the offset of the data variable depending on the format specification string. Now when we write printf("%d",a) then compiler first accesses the top most element in the argument stack of the printf which is %d and depending on the format string it calculated to offset to the actual data variable in the memory which is to be printed. Now when only %d will be present in the printf then compiler will calculte the correct offset (which will be the offset to access the integer varible) but as the actual data objet is to be printed is not present at that memory location so it will print what ever will be the contents of that memory location.
3. Some compilers check the format string and will generate an error without the proper number and type of arguments for things like printf(...) and scanf(...).
2007-02-26, 6967👍, 0💬
How To Recover a Dropped Index? - Oracle DBA FAQ - Managing Oracle Table Indexes If you have the rec...
How To Select All Columns of All Rows from a Table? - MySQL FAQs - SQL SELECT Query Statements with ...
How To Add Column Headers to a Table? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells I...
How could Java classes direct program messages to the system console, but error messages, say to a f...
How do you override a defined macro? You can use the #undef preprocessor directive to undefine (over...