write: object x object x ... -> ()
write(obj_1, obj_2, ...)
write outputs the value of its arguments on the screen; the output arguments are not separated by spaces or linebreaks. As opposed to writeStr, write always terminates its output with a linebreak character; consequently the next output or prompt will be displayed on a new line.
In string arguments, control characters \n, \", and \\ can be used to produce linebreak, ", and \ characters in the output.
> a := 12; write(a, 3); write("abc")
> write(a, " " , 3)
See also: writeStr.