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lprint - linear printing of expressions

Calling Sequence

lprint(expr1, expr2, ...)

Parameters

expr1, expr2, ...

-

any expressions

Description

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The procedure lprint returns NULL and prints its arguments in a one-dimensional format.

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The expressions expr1, expr2,..., each separated from the others by a comma and a space, are printed on a single line.

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Like most procedures in Maple, the arguments to lprint are evaluated before being passed to the procedure.

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In general, the printed form produced by lprint is valid Maple input.

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Maple will print all expressions after normal evaluation using lprint if the interface variable prettyprint is set to 0.

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The procedure lprint displays output as a side-effect, and returns NULL as the procedure value. Therefore the ditto commands, %, %% and %%%, will not recall the output from the lprint command.

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The procedure lprint is intended for device independent printing and makes no use of special features of the user interface. For pretty-printing, using a two-dimensional output format, see print. For formatted output, see printf and fprintf.

Thread Safety

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The lprint command is thread-safe as of Maple 15.

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For more information on thread safety, see index/threadsafe.

Examples

lprint3x2,x,∫sinx+yxyⅆx

3*x^2, x, Int(sin(x+y)/(x-y),x)

Arguments are evaluated before printing.

lprint∫sinx+yxyⅆx

Si(x-y)*cos(2*y)+Ci(x-y)*sin(2*y)

Note: In command-line Maple, the output of lprint can be cut and paste into a Maple session while pretty-printed output cannot.

g:=x4yy23x:

lprintg

(x^4-y)/(y^2-3*x)

printg

x4yy23x

(1)

The interface setting of pretty print determines whether line printing or pretty-printing is used to display the results of normal evaluation.

g

x4yy23x

(2)

interface'prettyprint'=0

1

(3)

g

x4yy23x

(4)

See Also

fprintf, interface, print, printf, printlevel


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