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10.2.6  Printing

The print (or Disp) command will print its arguments in a special pane and return the number 1. For example,

print("Hello")

will result in

Hello

If you enter

a := 12

then

print("a =",a)

will print

"a =", 12

The ClrIO (no argument) will erase the printing that was done in the level it was typed. For example,

print("Hello"); ClrIO()

will simply return the result (1,1).


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