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Command Reference: ( (brace quote)

Write a string to the STDOUT without new line

Description

Write parameters to STDOUT (does not include a new line)

Usage

(string to write) -> <stdout>

Examples

» (Hello, World!)
Hello, World!

» (Hello,\nWorld!)
Hello,
World!

» ((Hello,) (World!))
(Hello,) (World!)

# Print "Hello, World!" in red text
» {RED}Hello, World!{RESET}
Hello, World!

Detail

The ( function performs exactly like the ( token for quoting so you do not need to escape other tokens (eg single / double quotes, '/", nor curly braces, {}). However the braces are nestable so you will need to escape those characters if you don’t want them nested.

ANSI Constants

( supports ANSI constants.

Synonyms

See Also

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