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Vely 15.2.0 released on Jan 18, 2023
Articles updated Jan 17, 2023

p-out


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Purpose:


Outputs a string without encoding.

Syntax:



p-out <string>


Description:


p-out outputs a string expression given by <string>, without any encoding (meaning a string is output exactly as it appears). The string is sent to a client that made the request. If this is within write-string, then <string> is output into the buffer that builds a new string.

Examples:


To output data verbatim to a client:

char *mydata="Hello world";
p-out mydata

Writing to client, outputting text followed by a horizontal rule - the text is output to a client (such as browser) as it is, and the browser will interpret tags "<br/>" and "<hr/>" as a line break and a horizonal line and display them as such:

p-out "This is a non-encoded output<br/>"
p-out "<hr/>"

Create a query text string by means of write-string statement:

void get_table_data (const char *table_name)
{
   //
   // Construct the run-time text of dynamic SQL
   //
   write-string define qry_txt
   @select * from <<p-out table_name>>
   end-write-string
}


See also:


Output ( finish-output   output_statement   p-dbl   pf-out   pf-url   pf-web   p-num   p-out   p-path   p-url   p-web  )  SEE ALL (documentation)



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