Can't post WordPress comments without a warning

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When I approve a visitor's comment to be published on my website, this warning shows up:
Warning: printf(): Too few arguments in /home/ along with other information when I go to view the comment. It shows up whether I'm logged into my account or view it as a guest. How do I correct this problem so that I will be able to post comments others have made without this warning being included in the comment as well?
Hello indiab7, Sorry to hear you are getting an error when you publish comments on your site. The error printf(): Too few arguments in /home/ is a coding error. You will need to check your code in the area that prints to the screen with the expected information to ensure the proper number of variable arguments are represented. Your site appears to be a WordPress site, so unless you modified the code or created a plugin that manages your comments, you may not be able to troubleshoot the code. In that case, you will want to check with the plugin author. If you are not using a plugin that governs the comments, it is still possible that another plugin is interfering in some way. Take a look at our WordPress troubleshooting guide to see if you can find the cause. It is definitely not normal behavior for default WordPress, but unfortunately we are not able to assist with coding issues. Kindest Regards, Scott M