The stdout statement sends one or more characters to standard output.
This statement has one parameter:
text – characters to send to standard output.
The stdout statement sends one or more characters to standard output. You can view these messages by running Panorama from the Terminal application. Unlike the nslog statement, the text you supply is sent “as-is”, with no automatic time/date stamp and no line break. The output will not actually appear until a line feed character is sent, so usually you’ll want to include a line feed on the end of the formula, like this.
stdout "hello world"+lf()
However, you can also output multiple items to the same line with separate statements, as shown below. This could be useful if outputting text during a loop.
stdout "hello" stdout " world" stdout lf()
No output will appear until the final statement sending the line feed is executed.
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