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Subject: Re: Current wps.c
From: Justin Heiner (
Date: 2002-08-30

My reasoning behind using the "%s","xxxx" is just for readability purposes.
It's easier to edit and update when you don't have to worry about typing %%
instead of %, especially if someone uses the WPS tag %%, which would have to be
written %%%% :-)


--- Magnus Holmgren <> wrote:
> Hi,
> Don't know if this has been discussed, but there's one small detail about the
> current code in wps.c that bugs me: "misuse" of snprintf.
> The "problem" is lines like these:
> snprintf(wps_display[l],sizeof(wps_display[l]),"%s","%fn");
> Two things:
> 1) What's wrong with strcpy (or strncpy)?
> 2) You can get a "%" in the buffer by using "%%" in the format string.
> (Don't take this the wrong way; it's meant as constructive critisism of what
> is really a minor detail.)
> :)
> Magnus

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