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    On the translation page for developers:
    http://codex.wordpress.org/I18n_for_WordPress_Developers

    The page lists how to use the plural form with _n(), however what if I want to use _n() and argument swapping?

    eg. This is the normal usage of _n():

    printf( _n( "You have written %d comment", "You have written %d comments", $count, 'my-plugin' ), $count );

    What if I wanted to swap out the “You” for another variable like the user_login?

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