Print a string to the STDOUT with a trailing new line character
Write parameters to STDOUT with a trailing new line character.
out: string to write -> <stdout>
» out Hello, World! Hello, World!
For compatibility with other shells,
echo is also supported:
» echo Hello, World! Hello, World!
echo output as
string data-type. This can be changed by casting (
cast) or using the
out supports ANSI constants.
((brace quote): Write a string to the STDOUT without new line
>>(append file): Writes STDIN to disk - appending contents if file already exists
>(truncate file): Writes STDIN to disk - overwriting contents if file already exists
cast: Alters the data type of the previous function without altering it’s output
err: Print a line to the STDERR
pt: Pipe telemetry. Writes data-types and bytes written
reada line of input from the user and store as a variable
tout: Print a string to the STDOUT and set it’s data-type
reada line of input from the user and store as a user defined typed variable
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