int sds_printf (const char *format, ...);
Print this at the command line.
This function prints a given string to the command line. Although this function looks identical to the C-language printf function, the SDS version prints to the command line and Prompt History window.
The argument format is the text to be printed to the screen. The maximum string length is 132 characters. You should enclose the text in double-quotes. The argument can include escape sequences (such as \n or \t) and references to variables (such as %f or %s), which are listed, in order, immediately after the string.
This function returns RTNORM or an error code.
sds_getstring(1,"\nWhat is your favorite food? ",food);
sds_printf("\nYou must really like %s.",food);
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Programming Overview of SDS (Solutions Development System)