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\section{Special Format Characters}
\scriptsize{
\begin{verbatim}

The Magick::Image methods annotate, draw, label, and the template function
montageImages support special format characters contained in the argument
text. These format characters work similar to C's printf. Whenever a format
character appears in the text, it is replaced with the equivalent attribute
text. The available format characters are shown in the following table.

           Format Characters

 Format   Description
     %b   file size
     %c   comment
     %d   directory
     %e   filename extension
     %f   filename
     %g   page geometry
     %h   height
     %i   input filename
     %k   number of unique colors
     %l   label
     %m   magick
     %n   number of scenes
     %o   output filename
     %p   page number
     %q   quantum depth
     %s   scene number
     %t   top of filename
     %u   unique temporary filename
     %w   width
     %x   x resolution
     %y   y resolution
     %z   image depth
     %#   signature
     \n   newline
     \r   carriage return

\end{verbatim}
}