I abstract it form MSDN, the Type tag is %f

Table R.3 printf Type Field Characters

Character Type Output Format

c int or wint_t When used with printf functions, specifies a

single-byte character; when used with wprintf functions, specifies a wide

character.

C int or wint_t When used with printf functions, specifies a wide

character; when used with wprintf functions, specifies a single-byte

character.

d int Signed decimal integer.

i int Signed decimal integer.

o int Unsigned octal integer.

u int Unsigned decimal integer.

x int Unsigned hexadecimal integer, using "abcdef."

X int Unsigned hexadecimal integer, using "ABCDEF."

e double Signed value having the form [ - ]d.dddd e [sign]ddd where d

is a single decimal digit, dddd is one or more decimal digits, ddd is

exactly three decimal digits, and sign is + or -.

E double Identical to the e format except that E rather than e

introduces the exponent.

f double Signed value having the form [ - ]dddd.dddd, where dddd is

one or more decimal digits. The number of digits before the decimal point

depends on the magnitude of the number, and the number of digits after the

decimal point depends on the requested precision.

g double Signed value printed in f or e format, whichever is more

compact for the given value and precision. The e format is used only when

the exponent of the value is less than -4 or greater than or equal to the

precision argument. Trailing zeros are truncated, and the decimal point

appears only if one or more digits follow it.

G double Identical to the g format, except that E, rather than e,

introduces the exponent (where appropriate).

n Pointer to integer Number of characters successfully written so

far to the stream or buffer; this value is stored in the integer whose

address is given as the argument.

p Pointer to void Prints the address pointed to by the argument in the

form xxxx:yyyy where xxxx is the segment and yyyy is the offset, and the

digits x and y are uppercase hexadecimal digits.

s String When used with printf functions, specifies a

single-byte-character string; when used with wprintf functions, specifies a

wide-character string. Characters are printed up to the first null character

or until the precision value is reached.

S String When used with printf functions, specifies a wide-character

string; when used with wprintf functions, specifies a single-byte-character

string. Characters are printed up to the first null character or until the

precision value is reached.

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Would anyone know if there a type tag to format a double?

I have f for floating point, but cannot find one for double.