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disp

displays variables

Calling Sequence

disp(x1,[x2,...xn])

Description

displays xi with the current format. xi's are arbitrary objects (matrices of constants, strings, functions, lists, ...)

Display of objects defined by tlist may be overloaded by the definition of a function. This function must have no output argument a single input argument ant it's name is formed as follow %<tlist_type>_p where %<tlist_type> stands for the first entry of the tlist type component.

The lines function may be used to control the output.

disp("a",1,"c") display order: last input argument will be the first displayed (LIFO).

Examples

disp([1 2],3)
disp("a",1,"c")
deff('[]=%t_p(l)','disp(l(3),l(2))')
disp(tlist('t',1,2))

See Also

  • lines — rows and columns used for display
  • write — write in a formatted file
  • read — matrices read
  • print — prints variables in a file
  • string — conversion to string
  • tlist — Scilab object and typed list definition.
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