Just for the record I have listed all the tokens that begin with %.

Am I correct? If I have made a mistake I will edit this message.

%d – this is a token that you can replace with an integer

%f – a float

%e – a float in scientific notation

%l – an integer (long)

%p - a memory address

%ll – an integer (long long)

%ld – an integer long

%lo – a long integer in base 8 (octal)

%lx – an long interger in base 16 (hexadecimal)

%lu – an unsigned long intiger

%o – an intiger in base 8 (octal)

%s – a string

%u – an unsigned decimal number

%x – an integer in base 16 (hexadecimal)

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