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mprintf: reject two kinds of precision for the same argument #9754

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@bagder bagder commented Oct 17, 2022

An input like "%.*1$.9999d" would first use the precision taken as an argument and then the precision specified in the string, which is confusing and wrong. pass1 will now instead return error on this double use.

Adjusted unit test 1398 to verify

Reported-by: Peter Goodman

An input like "%.*1$.9999d" would first use the precision taken as an
argument *and* then the precision specified in the string, which is
confusing and wrong. pass1 will now instead return error on this double
use.

Adjusted unit test 1398 to verify

Reported-by: Peter Goodman
@bagder bagder added the tidy-up label Oct 17, 2022
@bagder bagder closed this in dae8480 Oct 18, 2022
@bagder bagder deleted the bagder/mprintf-precision branch Oct 18, 2022
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