Displaying all zeros?
I'm working on a program... pretty much completed it except that theres a tad boo-boo that I can't figure out.
Basically, I was told that when I input (scanf) more than 1 zero, it would display (printf) only one zero unless I did something like %0d.
This is part of what I have:
Now let's just say that I've inputed 000 for value1 and 00 for value2.
printf ("%0d Some text here %0d", value1, value2);
This would result into:
"0 Some text here 0"
What I need to achieve is:
"000 Some text here 00"
Anyone know what I'm doing wrong? I'm positive all the printf variables are at %0d.
where x is the number of zeros you want.
printf("%05", 30 );
Wow, so that was all I was missing?
I knew I was missing something *sigh*.
Thanks alot, that worked!