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register_printf_function / Visual C++

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Does the function register_printf_function() (Or an equivalent function) exist in Visual C? I''m using a custom string type (int len, char *chars), and I want to be able to print this using printf, something similar to "%s". Here''s the page that I got from googling on custom format specifications: http://www.gnu.org/manual/glibc-2.2.5/html_node/Registering-New-Conversions.html#Registering%20New%20Conversions It says register_printf_function is ISO C (Is this similar to ANSI C?), but MSDN seems not to know about it.

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It says register_printf_function is ISO C (Is this similar to ANSI C?), but MSDN seems not to know about it.


Er no it doesn''t.

It says the opposite:
Portability Note: The ability to extend the syntax of printf template strings is a GNU extension. ISO standard C has nothing similar.

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Anyway, the answer is, no, it doesn''t. You''ll have to write your own printf from scratch. This is another reason why C is rather lacking.

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