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'%ll', '%L', '%q'
Specifies that the argument is a long long int or unsigned long long int. (The long long type is an extension supported by the GNU C compiler. For systems that don't provide extra-long integers, this is the same as long int.) The `q' modifier is another name for the same thing, which comes from 4.4 BSD; a long long int is sometimes called a "quad" int.
Indeed - totally out of character for Microsoft ;-)
From Bruce Schneier's (brilliant!) book, "Secrets and Lies":
Kerberos is part of Windows 2000, but Microsoft's implementation differs from the standard and is incompatible with the rest of the Kerberos world. I can only assume this was done for deliberate marketing reasons...