## Recitation 01: Getting Started

Printing information is buffered. This means that text may not display on your terminal immediately. Printing a newline (\n) flushes the buffer and displays all buffered text. A newline is automatically added by println, but no other print functions. For more information about C0 libraries, see the C0 library reference. To illustrate this point:

  acappiel@unix10:~\$ coin -lconio
C0 interpreter (coin) 0.3.2 'Nickel' (r256, Thu Jan  3 14:18:03 EST 2013)
Type #help' for help or #quit' to exit.
--> print("hi");
(void)
--> print("\n");
hi
(void)
--> println("hello");
hello
(void)
--> #quit
Goodbye!

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