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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).

See Also

tyi / 1, tyi / 2, tyo / 2