Print Fmt Strs

<fmt_arg> := %[-][0][<width>][.<decimals>][<flags>][h<aux_fmt_num>]<fmt_code> See StrPrintJoin(). <flags>: 't' truncate to <width>. ',' add commas every three digits or four nibbles. '$' makes %Q convert '$' to "\x24". '/' makes %Q and %q convert '%' to "%%". <aux_fmt_num>: For "%n", "%d" or "%u", the <aux_fmt_num> causes thousands mode. "%h?n" will pick a var exponent multiples of three unit, while "%h-3n" will display milli units or "%h6n" will display mega units. The 'k' flag is always on for "%n". See ::/Demo/Print.HC. For "%c" or "%C", the <aux_fmt_num> repeats the char that many times. <fmt_code>: "%n" floating point in engineering notation, exponents being multiples of three. If it has a <aux_fmt> code, it will display scientific units letters. "%S" Define() entry. "%C" ToUpper() character. "%h25c",'\n'; 25 new-lines. "%h*c",25,'\n'; 25 new-lines. "%F" text file by filename. "%$F" DolDoc file in memory. "%p" ptr. "%P" link to ptr. "%D" date. Pass a CDate. "%T" time. Pass a CDate. "%z" sub_entry of an enumerated list of text entries. See LstSub(). Pass sub_entry_num first, list second. "%Z" DefineLstLoad() subentry. Pass sub_entry_num first, define_name second. "%Q" convert "\" to "\\" and quote to backslash quote. (For use in creating strs in strs.) "%q" rev a "%Q".

Print Family

MStrPrint(U8 *fmt,...) is like StrPrint(U8 *dst,U8 *fmt,...) but it returns a MAllocated str. It is vary handy because you don't have to worry about overflow. CatPrint(U8 *_dst,U8 *fmt,...) concatenates a formated string. In(U8 *fmt,...) sends text to the current task's input buffer. InStr(U8 *fmt,...) sends text of an InFile to the keyboard stream of the current TASK but can also do mouse cmds. XTalk(CTask *task,U8 *fmt,...) and text to another task's input buffer. XTalkStr(CTask *task,U8 *fmt,...) sends text of an InFile to the keyboard stream of another TASK but can also do mouse cmds. DocPrint(CDoc *doc,U8 *fmt,...) sends text to a document. You can buffer to a Doc and save it, providing the functionality of fprintf. See ::/Demo/Dsk/FPrintF.HC. Adam(U8 *fmt,...) sends text to the Adam Task to be compiled and run. AdamLog(U8 *fmt,...) and AdamErr(U8 *fmt,...) send text to the Adam Task to be displayed. StreamPrint(U8 *fmt,...) sends text to the stream of code being compiled and must reside in a #exe{} blk. GrPrint(CDC *dc,I64 x,I64 y,U8 *fmt,...) and GrVPrint() plots text in graphics mode. TextPrint(CTask *task,I64 x,I64 y,I64 attr,U8 *fmt,...) plots to gr.text_base. ExePrint(U8 *fmt,...) compiles and execute a string. Note: It returns the res of the last executed expression. Once(U8 *fmt,...) Writes User code to Registry to be executed next boot. AOnce(U8 *fmt,...) Writes Adam code to Registry to be executed next boot. InPrint(I64 mS,U8 *fmt,...) PutChars()s one at a time with a delay. RawPrint(I64 mS,U8 *fmt,...) sends direct to scrn memory, bypassing window manager. User(U8 *fmt,...) Spawns a user and execute a string on start-up. PopUpPrint(U8 *fmt,...) compiles and execute a string in a pop-up win. Note: It returns the res of the last executed expression. PopUpViewPrint(U8 *fmt,...) creates a pop-up window and views text. Note: Use Print("%s",src) if you need an unmodified string.