how to NSLOG an int

Tried %u and %@ and %d
i feel dumb but i can't get this nslog to work. Please help.
sorry, the screen shot should have shown NSLog("columncounter is %d", columnCounter); which gives me the same error
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darbid73Commented:
Try this

NSLog(@"Columncounteris %i", i); 

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    %i, %d signed integer
    %u unsigned integer
    %f float
    %@ object
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Mark_CoAuthor Commented:
yeah, it's strange but it isn't working
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Mark_CoAuthor Commented:
for (int i = 0; i < columnCounter; i++)
                {
                    NSLog("columncounter is %i", i);
....
it won't work
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darbid73Commented:
What is different between my line and yours?
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