(dc.info.gz) Printing Commands
Prints the value on the top of the stack, without altering the
stack. A newline is printed after the value.
Prints the value on the top of the stack, popping it off, and does
not print a newline after. (This command is a GNU extension.)
Pops off the value on top of the stack. If it it a string, it is
simply printed without a trailing newline. Otherwise it is a
number, and the integer portion of its absolute value is printed
out as a "base (UCHAR_MAX+1)" byte stream. Assuming that
(UCHAR_MAX+1) is 256 (as it is on most machines with 8-bit bytes),
the sequence `KSK 0k1/ [_1*]sx d0>x [256~aPd0<x]dsxx sxLKk' could
also accomplish this function, except for the side-effect of
clobbering the x register. (Details of the behavior with a number
are a GNU extension.)
Prints the entire contents of the stack without altering anything.
This is a good command to use if you are lost or want to figure
out what the effect of some command has been.
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