Re: [CODE]

From: George (greerga@DRAGON.HAM.MUOHIO.EDU)
Date: 11/17/97

On Mon, 17 Nov 1997, Chuck Reed wrote:

>What does this mean,
>argument is not a pointer (arg 9)

Exactly what it says.

Argument #9 in a variable argument list (printf, sscanf, sprintf, etc) is
expected to be a pointer (%s or %p usually) and the variable you gave it
isn't a pointer (%d, %c, %ld, %f, etc).  Note that when counting arguments,
GCC includes the "" format string as a number.

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