Function OutStd() Foundation
Outputs a list of expressions to the standard output device.
OutStd( <Expression,...> ) --> NIL
The return value of OutStd() is always NIL.
The output function OutStd() outputs to the operating system level and sends the values of <Expression,...> to the standard output device. It works much like the function QOut(), but does not use the common Xbase++ output routines.
Since the function OutStd() performs output on the operating system level, it can be re-directed using the re-directing operators (>, >> and |). For example, the output of an Xbase++ program may be re-directed to a file.
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