[ Printing Strings ]
Basic output of character strings and physical quantities is handled with the print command.
Example 1 :
print "Here is one line of output \n";
Here is one line of output
Character strings are enclosed within quotes (i.e. "....." ).
The escape character "\n" forces output onto a new line.
Example 2 : A single print command can generate multiple lines of output. The statement:
print "Here is line 1\n" , "Here is line 2\n";
Here is line 1 Here is line 2
Example 3 : The tab escape character, \t, can be used to align print output into tidy columns. The single statement
print "One \tTwo \tThree \n" , "Four \tFive \tSix\n";
will generate something like:
One Two Three Four Five Six