a port of the Processing Visualization Language


print("begin- ");

float f = 0.3;

int i = 1024;

print("f is " + f + " and i is " + 1024);

String s = " -end";


// The above code prints:

// begin- f is 0.3 and i is 1024 -end
Description Writes to the console area of the Processing environment. This is often helpful for looking at the data a program is producing. The companion function println() works like print(), but creates a new line of text for each call to the function. Individual elements can be separated with quotes ("") and joined with the addition operator (+).

Beginning with release 0125, to print the contents of an array, use println().
data boolean, byte, char, color, int, float, String, boolean[], byte[], char[], color[], int[], float[], String[]
Usage IDE
Related println()

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