fn: write
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Syntax

The syntax for write calls is:

f++:  
write{option}(ostream, params)

n++:  
@write{option}(ostream, params)

Description

The write function is for writing/printing output, it takes at least two parameters, the first parameter should be an output stream (either console, ofile, a file stream or a string stream), the remainder of the parameters should be either endl for a new line, a variable to print or a number/string to print.

Options

The following options are available for read calls:

option description
b or block call follows with a block of text to write/print
!pb do not parse block of text with b/block option
option description

f++ example

Examples of write being used with f++:

write(console, "hello, world!", endl)

write{b}(console)
{
	First line
	Second line
		Indented Line
	Last line
}

:=(string, s = "hello, world!")
:=(ofstream, ofs("output.txt"))
write(ofs, s, endl)
ofs.close()

n++ example

Examples of read being used with n++:

@write(console, "hello, world!", endl)

@write{b}(console)
{
	First line
	Second line
		Indented Line
	Last line
}

@:=(string, s = "hello, world!")
@:=(ofstream, ofs("output.txt"))
@write(ofs, s, endl)
@ofs.close()