PRINT
PRINT

PRINT

This command sends data to the printer to be printed.
Format
PRINT [CHANNEL:] <expression> [,or; <expression>]* [;]
Parameters
<CHANNEL>
= write data to this port
<expression>
= the value to write
The expression can be either a string or a numeric expression.
  • Using a , to separate expressions adds a space between them.
  • Using a ; to separate expressions does not put a space between them.
  • Using a ; at the end of a line ends the print statement without adding a new line (CR/LF).
Example
This is an example of how to use the PRINT command:
10 LET A$ = "This is an example" 20 LET B$ = "of the PRINT Command." 30 PRINT A$, B$ ! adds a space between expressions 40 PRINT A$; B$ ! no space added RUN
The result is:
  • This is an example of the PRINT Command.
  • This is an exampleof the PRINT Command.
Comments
This can be an interactive command that takes effect as soon as it is received by the printer, or a program command that is preceded by a line number.