send_to_char/f fix

From: Akuma/Chris Baggett/DOOMer (doomer@BAYOU.COM)
Date: 01/19/98

ok, I added this because I had problems in the help files with
% symbols and such.
anyway, what this does, is allow you to use
the send_to_charf() functions (and all other *f() functions that work
like printf())
and still allow for '%' in the statement.

ok, in the #define statement, where you do something like so:
#define send_to_room(messg, room) send_to_roomf(room, messg)
replace it with
#define send_to_room(messg, room) send_to_roomf(room, "%s", messg)

what that does is basically send the messg AS the format, so
that all '%'s are interpreted AS IS.
just do this for all the #define's you have that point to an *f() function.

That's it.


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