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%F in strftime() format gives an error

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%F in strftime() format gives an error

Postby Kevin Miller » Tue Apr 24, 2007 4:27 pm

A minor bug, perhaps: When I use the %F format specifier in the format
string passed to strftime(), compiling in the IDE flags it as "unknown
conversion type character `F' in format".
Kevin Miller
 

RE: %F in strftime() format gives an error

Postby tfletche » Sat Jun 16, 2007 10:54 pm

This is because there is a pragma in the compiler that indicates that the arguments to this function
should be validated by the compiler and there are some flags it doesn't know about.

What version of the compiler are you using (2.95 or 3.x or ...)

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