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The character represented by the ascii integer Ascii is put onto the
current output in raw mode.
Puts the character represented by the integer ASCII code Ascii (in the
range 0 to 255) onto the current output in raw mode.
If the output device is a terminal, the tyo/1 output goes directly to
the screen, whereas the output from put/1 is buffered first, and is only
output to the screen when the current output is flushed (e.g.
explicitly using flush(1).).
ASCII codes for the non-printable characters (i.e. control characters)
are also acceptable.
Modes and Determinism
- (4) instantiation fault
- Ascii is not instantiated.
- (5) type error
- Ascii is instantiated, but not to an integer.
Equivalent to tyo(output, Ascii). (see tyo/2 for details).
tyi / 1, tyi / 2, tyo / 2