220.127.116.11. Format Specifiers¶
A format specifier has the following form:
Unlike C, the GEL format specification contains only the percent sign and a type character (for example %s). The type character determines whether the associated argument is interpreted as a string, or number:
Signed decimal integer.
Unsigned decimal integer.
Signed value having the form [-]dddd.dddd.
Signed value having the form [-]d.dddd e [sign]ddd.
Characters printed up to the first null character. The string passed to this format type must be a constant string declared on the host.