Directive #stdout Foundation
Generates a compiler message and sends it to the standard output device
The directive #stdout causes the compiler to send the literal text <CompilerMessage>, followed a carriage return/linefeed (Chr(13)+Chr(10)) to the standard output device STDOUT. This directive is useful to track progress of the compiler.
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