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Objective-C newb needs assist with NSLog

Totally new to iOS and am starting out with Objective-C. Been trying to figure out how to correctly output this NSLog string. I want the length of the "Hello, World!" to output. I believe the result should be "Here is the length of the string:12" right?

Can someone show me the code to fix this? Currently the result i'm getting is
"Here is the length of the string:0x1.fffe332cf2cp-1028"


// 3 ways of using @ and NSString. Each valid.
        NSString *myString = @"Hello, World!";
        int len = [myString length];
        
        len = [@"Hello, World!" length];
        
        myString = [[NSString alloc] initWithString:@"Hello, World!"];
        len = [myString length];
        
        NSLog(@"Here is the length of the string:%a",len);

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crap. I figured it out. I just needed a d. Weird
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