puts - Write to a file
puts ?-nonewline? ?fileId? string
Writes the characters given by string to the file given
FileId must have been the return
value from a previous call to open, or it may be
stdout or stderr to refer to one of the standard I/O
channels; it must refer to a file that was opened for
If no fileId is specified then it defaults to stdout.
Puts normally outputs a newline character after string,
but this feature may be suppressed by specifying the -nonewline
Output to files is buffered internally by Tcl; the flush
command may be used to force buffered characters to be output.
file, newline, output, write
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Copyright © 1994 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Copyright © 1995 Roger E. Critchlow Jr.