As repr(), return a string containing a printable representation of anobject, but escape the non-ASCII characters in the string returned byrepr() using \x, \u, or \U escapes. This generates a stringsimilar to that returned by repr() in Python 2.
The mode argument specifies what kind of code must be compiled; it can be'exec' if source consists of a sequence of statements, 'eval' if itconsists of a single expression, or 'single' if it consists of a singleinteractive statement (in the latter case, expression statements thatevaluate to something other than None will be printed).
Invoke the built-in help system. (This function is intended for interactiveuse.) If no argument is given, the interactive help system starts on theinterpreter console. If the argument is a string, then the string is looked upas the name of a module, function, class, method, keyword, or documentationtopic, and a help page is printed on the console. If the argument is any otherkind of object, a help page on the object is generated.
All non-keyword arguments are converted to strings like str() does andwritten to the stream, separated by sep and followed by end. Both sepand end must be strings; they can also be None, which means to use thedefault values. If no objects are given, print() will just writeend.
The file argument must be an object with a write(string) method; if itis not present or None, sys.stdout will be used. Since printedarguments are converted to text strings, print() cannot be used withbinary mode file objects. For these, use file.write(...) instead.
Return a string containing a printable representation of an object. For manytypes, this function makes an attempt to return a string that would yield anobject with the same value when passed to eval(); otherwise, therepresentation is a string enclosed in angle brackets that contains the nameof the type of the object together with additional information oftenincluding the name and address of the object. A class can control what thisfunction returns for its instances by defining a __repr__() method.If sys.displayhook() is not accessible, this function will raiseRuntimeError.
Note: Using with parentheses Surrounding the argument to print with parentheses will not raise a syntax error, and produces syntax which looks like a normal function call. However, this can be misleading, because the parentheses are actually part of the expression being output, not part of the print syntax itself.
Prints data to the serial port as human-readable ASCII text. This command can take many forms. Numbers are printed using an ASCII character for each digit. Floats are similarly printed as ASCII digits, defaulting to two decimal places. Bytes are sent as a single character. Characters and strings are sent as is. For example-
Prints a string or a list of strings. Returns true if successful. FILEHANDLE may be a scalar variable containing the name of or a reference to the filehandle, thus introducing one level of indirection. (NOTE: If FILEHANDLE is a variable and the next token is a term, it may be misinterpreted as an operator unless you interpose a + or put parentheses around the arguments.) If FILEHANDLE is omitted, prints to the last selected (see select) output handle. If LIST is omitted, prints $_ to the currently selected output handle. To use FILEHANDLE alone to print the content of $_ to it, you must use a bareword filehandle like FH, not an indirect one like $fh. To set the default output handle to something other than STDOUT, use the select operation.
The current value of $, (if any) is printed between each LIST item. The current value of $\ (if any) is printed after the entire LIST has been printed. Because print takes a LIST, anything in the LIST is evaluated in list context, including any subroutines whose return lists you pass to print. Be careful not to follow the print keyword with a left parenthesis unless you want the corresponding right parenthesis to terminate the arguments to the print; put parentheses around all arguments (or interpose a +, but that doesn't look as good).
The Print widget connects your application with a printing service to allow the map to be printed.It takes advantage of server-side, high-quality, full cartographic print functionality using the ExportWebMap service of ArcGIS,which can be configured with custom layout templates. One is provided that shows the map only, while another provides a layout with legend, etc.The Print widget works with the print which generates a printer-ready version of the map.
The Print widget has two required properties: view (reference to the MapView)and printServiceUrl (URL of the REST endpoint of the Export Web Map Task).The widget can preserve map scale or map extent in the printout. By default, the map extent ispreserved. Use TemplateOptions to preserve scaleinstead.
The Print widget prints a localized date for all layoutsexcept map-only. If using a custom print service, then customTextElements are supported for each printtemplate. Values found there will be populated in the Print widget under Advanced options. These values canbe overwritten in the Print widget UI, or programmatically using thetemplateCustomTextElements property.
When this value is "all" (default value), all the print service formats are available to be used.When an array of string values is used, only those values that match the options available from the print service will be used.If none of the input string values match those available from the print service, allowedFormats will fallback to default behavior.
When this value is "all" (default value), all the print service layouts are available to be used.When an array of string values is used, only those values that match the options available from the print service will be used.If none of the input string values match those available from the print service, allowedLayouts will fallback to default behavior.
Indicates the heading level to use for the "Exported files" text where users canaccess the exported map printout. By default, this text is renderedas a level 3 heading (e.g. Exported files). Depending on the widget's placementin your app, you may need to adjust this heading for proper semantics. This isimportant for meeting accessibility standards.
It is possible to search a specified portal instance's locator services.Use this property to set this ArcGIS Portal instance to search.This is especially helpful when working with a custom print template.
An object containing an array of customTextElements name-value pair objectsfor each print template in a custom print service. Use this property to updatethe text for custom text elements on the page layout.
The Print widget calls the Get Layout Templates Info task on the GPServerto discover possible customTextElements values for each template. The name ofthe task must match Get Layout Templates Info, templates must be publishedwith customTextElements, and values must be strings. Values found there will bepopulated in the Print widget under Advanced options. These values can beoverwritten in the Print widget UI, or programmatically using this property.To list all print templates available on the print service to seesee which templates were published with customTextElements, use theeffectiveTemplateCustomTextElementsproperty.
*Mailing times are not included in processing times. Processing times only include the time your application is at one of our passport agencies or centers. The total time to get your passport includes both processing and mailing times. It may take up to 2 weeks for applications to arrive by mail at a passport agency or center, and up to 2 weeks for you to receive a completed passport in the mail after we print it. Consider the total time it will take to receive your passport when you are booking travel.
print(filename,formattype) saves the current figure to a file using the specified file format, such as print('BarPlot','-dpng'). If the file name does not include an extension, then print appends the appropriate one.
print(printer) specifies the printer. Specify the printer as a character vector or string containing the printer name preceded by -P, for example, '-Pmy printer'. The printer must be set up on your system.
print(resize,___) maximizes the figure size to fill the page. Specify resize as '-bestfit' to preserve the figure's aspect ratio or '-fillpage' to ignore the aspect ratio. These options are valid only when saving to a page format (PDF, and PS) or printing to a printer. Use this option with any of the input arguments from the previous syntaxes.
print(resolution,___) uses the specified resolution. Specify the resolution as a character vector or string containing an integer value preceded by -r, for example, '-r200'. Use this option with any of the input arguments from the previous syntaxes.
cdata = print('-RGBImage'); returns the RGB image data for the current figure. This option differs from screen captures in that all printing features apply to the output. You can also specify the resolution, renderer, and fig options with this syntax. However, you cannot specify a Simulink block diagram.
Alternatively, refer to a figure using the value of its Number property,which is the integer value that displays in the figure window titlebar. For example, save the figure with Figure 2 displayedin the title bar. Precede the integer value by -f.figure(2);plot(1:10)print('-f2','MySavedPlot','-dpng')
If you set the Renderer property for the figure, then print uses that renderer when generating output. Otherwise, print chooses the appropriate renderer. Typically, print generates vector graphics files that scale well when resized. For some complex figures, the files might contain embedded images instead. These images don't scale well, and the extent to which you can edit them in other applications is limited. To ensure that print uses the vector graphics renderer, specify '-vector' as an input argument to the print function.
The default figure renderer is OpenGL. If the figure rendererdiffers from the renderer used when generating output, some detailsof the saved figure can differ from the figure on the display. Ifnecessary, you can make the displayed figure and the saved figureuse the same renderer. Set the Renderer propertyfor the figure or specify the renderer inputargument to the print function. 041b061a72