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// string
 
// string

Latest revision as of 19:36, 11 July 2019

 string.format( )

Contents

Description

Formats the specified values into the string given.

Arguments

string format

The string to be formatted.

Follows this format: http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/cstdio/printf/

Arguments

vararg formatParameters

Values to be formatted into the string.

Returns

string

The formatted string

Examples

Example

Example showing the different types of format codes.

local s = "Hello, world!"
 
// string
print(string.format("here's a string: %s", s))
 
// string with quotes
print(string.format("here's a quoted string: %q", s))
 
// characters from numeric values
print(string.format("%c%c%c", 65, 66, 67))
 
// number with an exponent
print(string.format("%e, %E", math.pi, math.pi))
 
// float and compact float
print(string.format("%f, %G", math.pi, math.pi))
 
// signed, signed, and unsigned int
print(string.format("%d, %i, %u", -100, -100, -100))
 
// octal, hex, and uppercase hex
print(string.format("%o, %x, %X", -100, -100, -100))

Output:

here's a string: Hello, world!
here's a quoted string: "Hello, world!"
ABC
3.141593e+000, 3.141593E+000
3.141593, 3.14159
-100, -100, 4294967196
37777777634, ffffff9c, FFFFFF9C
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