While the in-place hints on valid formats are up to date (e.g. when choosing an invalid format expr -f nonExisting -- 42), the corresponding online docs table is not. The formats "address", "hex float", "instruction" and "void" are missing, and "decimal" refers to an outdated abbreviation 'i' instead of 'd'.
That looks good.
Note that the "address" format does more than show symbol/file/line offset, it will also print the string for addresses that point into the string pool. Might be worth mentioning that.