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    cfunction
    src/core/io.c on line 551, column 1

    (print & xs)

    Print values to the console (standard out). Value are converted to 
    strings if they are not already. After printing all values, a 
    newline character is printed. Use the value of (dyn :out stdout) to 
    determine what to push characters to. Expects (dyn :out stdout) to 
    be either a core/file or a buffer. Returns nil.


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(print :hi ` ` "there" @`` `` @"mate")
# => nil
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