What is %d?


It is a placeholder for a decimal integer in various programming languages

In the C programming language, the following code:

void main()


printf("%d", 6);


would give the output of


In that example, the %d acts as a placeholder for the number 6. So when it gets compiled, the %d gets replaced with a 6


A markup used on aim to display the current date




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