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Writes to the text area of the Processing environment's console. This is
often helpful for looking at the data a program is producing. Each call
to this function creates a new line of output. Individual elements can
be separated with quotes ("") and joined with the string concatenation
operator (+). See print() for more about what to expect in the output.
println() on an array (by itself) will write the
contents of the array to the console. This is often helpful for looking
at the data a program is producing. A new line is put between each
element of the array. This function can only print one dimensional
arrays. For arrays with higher dimensions, the result will be closer to
that of print().
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