|Command||basic.crt Statement/BASIC Program
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
|Category||BASIC Program (486)|
|Description||outputs unconditionally to the terminal display, regardless of whether or not the "printer on" condition is in effect.
This functions like the "print" command, but is not affected by any of the following:
1) the (p) option used with the "run" command at TCL.
2) the "printer on" statement.
3) a "heading", "footing" or "page" statement.
All of the "@" functions provided with the print "statement" are allowed.
When expressions are separated by commas, the next expression is output starting at the column position defined by the next output tab.
A colon at the end inhibits the output of a carriage return / linefeed following the output of the last printed line.
"crt" makes it easy to display status messages during printing. printer on for l = 1 to maxlines print line<l> ;* to printer if rem(l,50) else crt l ;* to screen next l printer close printer off The line counter "l" is displayed to the screen every 50 lines.
|Command||op.crt Command/Output Processor: Commands
Applicable release versions: AP
|Category||Output Processor: Commands (183)|
|Description||directs the output from OP to the terminal, overriding the "p" option specified at TCL.|
.crt This message prints on the terminal. Even if the text was output using the "p" option, the text following the ".crt" command is output on the screen.