I have noticed that PHP printf threats non-decimal formats as signed. This
is pretty non-standard, since C printf, for example, has all non-decimal
formats as ungined, and so does Perl. The questions are:

1. What was the reason for this strange deviation from other languages?
2. Does anybody uses this feature and will someone object if it is
returned to the thing the rest of languages having printf do?

Stanislav Malyshev, Zend Products Engineer
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