It is a placeholder for a decimal integer in various programming languages
In the C programming language, the following code:
would give the output of
In that example, the %d acts as a placeholder for the number 6. So when it gets compiled, the %d gets replaced with a 6
cross eyed emoticon used to express stupidity. where the circles represent the eyes, and the slash is the nose. It actually looks like a lopsided face, but where gonna say its cross-eyed, because its cooler. Duh!
Guy 1: 3oh3! is better than Radiohead
Guy 2: Yes. %D