PRINT displays data on the LCD screen.
PRINT expressions [;]
The question mark is exactly equivalent to PRINT
Prints the values of the three variables X,Y, and Z$ in columns 1, 14, and 28 and finishes with CR/LF. A PRINT statement with no expressions Just performs the CR/LF functions.
The comma between the expressions move the print cursor to the next zone, where each zone is fourteen spaces wide. The use of semi-colons causes the values to be printed together without gaps. However, numerical data leaves a space at the start for the minus sign, and includes one blank space afterwards. A semi-colon at the end of the line suppresses the CR/LF.
PRINT "FOOT' + "BALL"
X=2 PRINT X;"SQUARED IS"; PRINT X*X
outputs: 2 SQUARED IS 4
A=1 IF A<2 THEN PRINT "A=";A
outputs: A= 1
will clear the LCD display.