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Some of the translations will have characters like %@ and %ld. These are placeholders for text that will substituted while the app is running.
An example could be '%li Adults' where the app would replace %li with a number so the app would actually show '2 Adults', '3 Adults' etc.
It is important that you keep these placeholders in the translated text.
Some of the possible placeholders are:
- %@ - a string
- %li - a long integer (a whole number)
- %f - a float (a decimal number)
- %% - an actual % character
More information can be found on Apple's String Format Specifiers page
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