Provided by: libfirestring-dev_0.9.12-8ubuntu1_amd64
firestring_snprintf - snprintf(3) provided as a replacement so programs can maintain ANSI C compliance
#include <firestring.h> -lfirestring long firestring_snprintf(char * out, const size_t size, const char * const format, ...)
firestring_snprintf() writes a maximum of size bytes to out based on the formatting rules specified in format and the further arguments provided. As snprintf(3) is not a ANSI C function, firestring_snprintf() is provided as a replacement for programs wishing to maintain ANSI C compliance. It acts much like snprintf(3), except that it only uses single-letter format tags, and only supports a subset of the common formats. Formats supported: %s - char * %d - int %l - long %u - unsigned int %y - unsigned long %g - signed long long %o - unsigned long long %f - double %t - time_t (printed in ISO format) %e - struct firestring_estr_t * The %s type handles NULL values by displaying the string "(null)". All numeric types support zero padding through the standard %02d format.
Returns the number of bytes written to out not including the trailing nil.
Ian Gulliver <email@example.com>
libfirestring(3) 2003-05-15 firestring_snprintf(3)