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Changing qq(Argument "%s" isn't numeric in sort at %s line %d." message) Changing qq(Argument "%s" isn't numeric in sort at %s line %d." message) How
http://stackoverflow.com/question...umeric-in-sort-at-s-line-d-message
Different results using %c and loop vs. %s in printf with null terminated string Different results using %c and loop vs. %s in printf with null
http://stackoverflow.com/question...printf-with-null-terminated-string
Use format strings that contain %1, %2 etc. instead of %d, %s etc. - Linux, C++ Use format strings that contain %1, %2 etc. instead of %d, %s etc. -
http://stackoverflow.com/question...1-2-etc-instead-of-d-s-etc-linux-c
Cmd Line Arg like %1 and %s to get ALL args passed to program and not only the first Cmd Line Arg like %1 and %s to get ALL args passed to program
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ssed-to-program-and-not-only-the-f
How do you make the Python Msqldb module use ? in stead of %s for query parameters? How do you make the Python Msqldb module use ? in stead of %s for
http://stackoverflow.com/question...e-in-stead-of-s-for-query-paramete
UPDATE animal SET name = %s WHERE name = %s """, ("snake", "turtle")) Except I'd like to have the query be its own variable as I need to insert a query
http://stackoverflow.com/question...python-mysqldb-placeholders-syntax
know about the label. Example: #define MYMACRO((a),(b)) printf("I have arg: %s, %s with Label: %s at line %d", (a), (b), _GETLABEL_, __line__) mylabel:
http://stackoverflow.com/question...label-beside-my-macro-inf-a-c-code
enumerate(all_calendars_feed.entry): print "%d) %s" % (i, cal.title.text) print "\tPublished: %s \n\tUpdated: %s \n\ttimezone: %s" % (cal.published.text, cal.updated.text,
http://stackoverflow.com/question...le-app-engine-gdata-event-location
string-variable manipulation case I want to do something like this: ################################## #sample MYROW= 'ID_project' result=curs.execute("""select %s
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ython-mysql-request-with-variables
('foo', 'bar') you need %% Just use a second percentage symbol. In [17]: '%s %%s %s' % ('foo', 'bar') Out[17]: 'foo %s bar' >>> "%s %%s %s" % ('foo', 'bar')
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4928526/python-format-string