From: John Maddock (John_Maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-10-11 06:25:52
Yikes, my first reaction was "no way", but checking the standard I see that
you are correct. Trouble is none of the compilers that I routinely test
with (Borland C++ 5.51, VC6, and gcc2.9x (Be/Linix/BSD) seem to define
swprint that way, they all go for:
int swprintf(wchar_t * S, const wchar_t * format, ...);
which appears to be just plain wrong.
I'll try and think of a method not involving swprintf at all.
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