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2.8. Another new Function

Before we move on, let's take a look at one more function from the Standard Device I/O Library: printf(). The "Print Formatted" command is an advanced form of printf(). The string you pass to printf() can contain character sequences which have special meanings. Unlike printf(), there is no automatic new-line at the end of a string displayed by printf() to insert a new-line you add the characters \n.

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