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    xjader is offline Member
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    Default Printf Hexdecimal Value

    Hi,

    I am trying to print out:
    Copyright sign: 169 A9

    I am not sure what to write afterward.
    char copyrightSign = '\u00a9';
    System.out.printf("\ncopyrightSign: %c...."

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    Default Re: Printf Hexdecimal Value

    Your printf syntax is incorrect. It is System.out.printf("Format string", variables,....);

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    Default Re: Printf Hexdecimal Value

    I know printf is wrong. I am not sure what to put in the printf. I know my printf is incorrect.
    char copyrightSign = '\u00a9';
    int copyrightSignNumber = (int) ch;
    System.out.printf("\ncopyrightSign: %c copyrightSignNumber: %d, copyrightSignHex %02x%n", Copyright Sign);

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    Default Re: Printf Hexdecimal Value

    nvm I figured it out myself....
    Fking java
    char CopyrightSign = '\u00A9';
    int CopyrightSignNumber = (int) CopyrightSign;
    System.out.printf("\nCopyright Sign: %c %d %02x%n", CopyrightSign, CopyrightSignNumber, CopyrightSignNumber);

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