prints expr as output.
- In a notebook, Print generates a cell with style "Print".
- Print can print any expression, including graphics and dynamic objects.
- Print[expr1,expr2,…] prints expri concatenated together, effectively using Row. »
- With a text‐based interface, Print ends its output with a single newline (line feed).
- You can arrange to have expressions on several lines by using Column. »
- Print sends its output to the channel $Output.
- Print uses the format type of $Output as its default format type.
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Basic Examples (2)
Print x+y, then print a+b:
Print the first 5 primes:
Print a column of expressions:
Print normally prints in StandardForm, so strings do not have quotes:
Print in InputForm:
Print in TraditionalForm:
Print in a specified style:
Print active controls:
Print a button:
Generalizations & Extensions (1)
Print several expressions concatenated together:
Print Mersenne primes as soon as they are found:
Print a sequence of graphics:
Properties & Relations (1)
The actual expression returned by Print is Null:
Introduced in 1988
Updated in 1996