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Wed, 12 Apr 2006 16:06:08 +0100
On 4/12/06, chsh_xiao <address@hidden> wrote:
> I meet a problem.When I print a graphical data packet encapsulated in TCP
> packet with a data capture program written by myself,my Linux Core 5 OS
> cann't print correct character . I use "printf()" function . When I shield
> "printf()" , my OS can do well. I don't know why ! Help me,please ! Thanks !
> Please look at test figures in the E-mail accessories.
> c.s xiao
The printf() library function is not part of coreutils. You need to
look elsewhere for help. You will find some guidance at
But you are printing arbitrary binary data as if it were
human-readable text. What did you _expect_ to see? If you directly
send the binary data within an image file to a terminal device (e.g.
with cat) you would get a similar result.
- printf(), chsh_xiao, 2006/04/12
- Re: printf(),
James Youngman <=
- Re: printf(), Bob Proulx, 2006/04/12