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print — Sends a value to stdout.


int print(value);
mixed value: Value to send to stdout


1 on success; nothing on failure


print() is a language construct that converts a value to a string and sends it to standard output. Standard output is usually a browser or command interpreter (aka shell/DOS window).

Placing parentheses () around the argument to print() is optional; for example, print "Hi!"; works quite nicely without.


PHP 3+, PHP 4+

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To send a string to stdout:




Example 1213. Display some values

print "Hello Joe!\n";
print('What is your favorite color?'."\n");
print 200;
print("\n" . sqrt(100));

Hello Joe!
What is your favorite color?

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