From: John Fletcher (J.P.Fletcher_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-27 11:48:48
John Fletcher wrote:
> /*return*/ printf(++s, args...);
> When I added this example:
> const char* more = "have nothing to do with the case %s %s\n";
> printff(more, "tra la");
> the output is
> have nothing to do with the case tra la tra la
> instead of an exception for an extra format
Ignore all this bit. I forgot to rename the inner call from printf to
printff. Now the previous code
return printff(++s, args...);
works fine and gives the expected exception.
It makes the point about this way of doing it being better.
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