Simple Output

In order to display the results generated by your programs, Darwin includes
several *formatting* commands designed to give you control over
where and how information is sent to the terminal.
The simplest of these are
the `print` (pretty print) and `lprint` (linear print)
commands.

> square := [[1,2], [3,4]]: > print('This is a pretty print of a square matrix', square); This is a pretty print of a square matrix 1 2 3 4 > lprint('This is a linear print of a square matrix', square); This is a linear print of a square matrix [[1, 2], [3, 4]] > lprint(72483734723897348372847382); # big numbers are printed # in exponential notation. 7.2483734723897358e+25 > print('This isn\''t difficult to use'); # To print a single quote, # use the \'' sequence. This isn't difficult to use > print('A two for one sale on backslashes \\'); A two for one sale on backslashes \ > lprint('A sequence of expressions ', 2, xyz, 2^5); A sequence of expressions 2 xyz 32Both commands will accept an arbitrary length sequence of expressions as long as the elements are separated by commas. The