an expression to the command line, or writes an expression to an
(princ [expr [file-desc]])
This function is the
same as prin1, except control
characters in expr are printed without expansion.
In general, prin1 is designed to
print expressions in a way that is compatible with load, while princ prints them in
a way that is readable by functions such as read-line.
A string or AutoLISP
expression. Only the specified expr is printed;
no newline or space is included.
A file descriptor for
a file opened for writing.
The value of the evaluated expr.
If called with no arguments, princ returns
a null symbol.