The PRINT statement is a data transfer output statement. TYPE is a synonym for PRINT. All forms and rules for the PRINT statement also apply to the TYPE statement.
The PRINT statement is the same as a formatted, sequential WRITE statement, except that the PRINT statement must never transfer data to user-specified I/O units.
A PRINT statement takes one of the following forms:
In the following example, one record (containing four fields of data) is printed to the implicit output device:
CHARACTER*16 NAME, JOB PRINT 400, NAME, JOB 400 FORMAT ('NAME=', A, 'JOB=', A)
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