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java.util.UnknownFormatConversionException: Conversion = 'i' error

Nick Petas
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Here is the source code :



The code that produces the error of the topic is bold.
Thank you.
pete stein
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Your problem is with the percent symbol, "%", as the printf method thinks that it's a format specifier. To use it literally as a percent symbol, you'll need to use two of them in a row. So change this:


to this:
fred rosenberger
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The bold tag does not work inside the 'code' tags. Referring to the specific line number where the error is would be the best way.


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