I tried it under Win2k, and got unreadable output.
I wonder, what is printf("%c", 2.92e48) supposed to do? There is no character with that number, so I would hope for an error.
I'm not sure where it would "naturally" wrap, if that's what it's doing, since the range of legal Unicode ordinals is not a neat power of two. (I'm getting Unicode code points displayed for something like printf '%c',0x434 even without a use utf8 or other preparation.)
I'd be interested to know just what yours is doing.
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