Commit 3fa0c505 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(Fprin1, Fprin1_to_string, Fprinc, Fprint): Doc fix.

parent e120bebf
......@@ -699,7 +699,24 @@ DEFUN ("prin1", Fprin1, Sprin1, 1, 2, 0,
"Output the printed representation of OBJECT, any Lisp object.\n\
Quoting characters are printed when needed to make output that `read'\n\
can handle, whenever this is possible.\n\
Output stream is PRINTCHARFUN, or value of `standard-output' (which see).")
\n\
OBJECT is any of the Lisp data types: a number, a a string, a symbol,\n\
a list, a buffer, a window, a frame, etc.\n\
\n\
A printed representation of an object is text which describes that object.\n\
\n\
Optional argument PRINTCHARFUN is the output stream, which can be one\n\
of these:\n\
\n\
- a buffer, in which case output is inserted into that buffer at point;\n\
- a marker, in which case output is inserted at marker's position;\n\
- a function, in which case that function is called once for each\n\
character of OBJECT's printed representation;\n\
- a symbol, in which case that symbol's function definition is called; or\n\
- t, in which case the output is displayed in the echo area.\n\
\n\
If PRINTCHARFUN is omitted, the value of `standard-output' (which see)\n\
is used instead.")
(object, printcharfun)
Lisp_Object object, printcharfun;
{
......@@ -723,7 +740,12 @@ DEFUN ("prin1-to-string", Fprin1_to_string, Sprin1_to_string, 1, 2, 0,
"Return a string containing the printed representation of OBJECT,\n\
any Lisp object. Quoting characters are used when needed to make output\n\
that `read' can handle, whenever this is possible, unless the optional\n\
second argument NOESCAPE is non-nil.")
second argument NOESCAPE is non-nil.\n\
\n\
OBJECT is any of the Lisp data types: a number, a a string, a symbol,\n\
a list, a buffer, a window, a frame, etc.\n\
\n\
A printed representation of an object is text which describes that object.")
(object, noescape)
Lisp_Object object, noescape;
{
......@@ -759,7 +781,24 @@ DEFUN ("princ", Fprinc, Sprinc, 1, 2, 0,
"Output the printed representation of OBJECT, any Lisp object.\n\
No quoting characters are used; no delimiters are printed around\n\
the contents of strings.\n\
Output stream is PRINTCHARFUN, or value of `standard-output' (which see).")
\n\
OBJECT is any of the Lisp data types: a number, a a string, a symbol,\n\
a list, a buffer, a window, a frame, etc.\n\
\n\
A printed representation of an object is text which describes that object.\n\
\n\
Optional argument PRINTCHARFUN is the output stream, which can be one\n\
of these:\n\
\n\
- a buffer, in which case output is inserted into that buffer at point;\n\
- a marker, in which case output is inserted at marker's position;\n\
- a function, in which case that function is called once for each\n\
character of OBJECT's printed representation;\n\
- a symbol, in which case that symbol's function definition is called; or\n\
- t, in which case the output is displayed in the echo area.\n\
\n\
If PRINTCHARFUN is omitted, the value of `standard-output' (which see)\n\
is used instead.")
(object, printcharfun)
Lisp_Object object, printcharfun;
{
......@@ -777,7 +816,24 @@ DEFUN ("print", Fprint, Sprint, 1, 2, 0,
"Output the printed representation of OBJECT, with newlines around it.\n\
Quoting characters are printed when needed to make output that `read'\n\
can handle, whenever this is possible.\n\
Output stream is PRINTCHARFUN, or value of `standard-output' (which see).")
\n\
OBJECT is any of the Lisp data types: a number, a a string, a symbol,\n\
a list, a buffer, a window, a frame, etc.\n\
\n\
A printed representation of an object is text which describes that object.\n\
\n\
Optional argument PRINTCHARFUN is the output stream, which can be one\n\
of these:\n\
\n\
- a buffer, in which case output is inserted into that buffer at point;\n\
- a marker, in which case output is inserted at marker's position;\n\
- a function, in which case that function is called once for each\n\
character of OBJECT's printed representation;\n\
- a symbol, in which case that symbol's function definition is called; or\n\
- t, in which case the output is displayed in the echo area.\n\
\n\
If PRINTCHARFUN is omitted, the value of `standard-output' (which see)\n\
is used instead.")
(object, printcharfun)
Lisp_Object object, printcharfun;
{
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