This source replaces the standard printf() function in the compiler C library with a ULTRA low resource version with a limited set of features and output types.
Features of nanoprintf include:
• %s for string output
• %c for single character
• %d %i print the signed representation (- sign supported)
• %u print the unsigned representation
• %x and %X HEX output (8 digits uppercase)
• %p pointer output with 0x prefix (8 digits uppercase)
Normal printf()/sprintf() implementations on ARM have been measure at ~25K of flash space, using nanoprint can restore ~24K of flas...
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