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Kortney Field14,082 Points
what is %n again?
Just need a explanation reminder of what is %n and how is it different from %s.
Steven Parker208,474 Points
Those are both placeholder tokens used in output formatting. The "%s" represents a string to be substituted using a value from another argument, and "%n" represents a line separator (new line).