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print is an intrinsic function that displays a string to the user. It is a standard intrinsic, though there may be some implementations where this output is not actually visible. In implementations that have something like a standard output stream, print adds the given string to that stream, typically followed by the standard line delimiter.

See also: PixelDisplay.print


Parameter Name Default Value Meaning
s "" string to display to the user
delimiter <platform's new line> string to follow s instead of standard delimiter

Usage Notes

print returns null, and so it is usually used as a statement. As such, it does not require parentheses around its argument.

The argument defaults to an empty string, so print by itself may be used to print a blank line.


print "Hello, world!"