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#f or a string; has side effect of printing
according to fmt. If destination is
the output is to the current output port and
#!void is returned. If
#f, a formatted string is returned as the
result of the call. If destination is a string,
destination is regarded as the format string; fmt is
then the first argument and the output is returned as a string. If
destination is a number, the output is to the current error port
if available by the implementation. Otherwise destination must be
an output port and
#!void is returned.
fmt must be a string or an instance of
java.text.MessageFormat. If fmt is a string,
it is parsed as if by
format-string, which is a string of the form of a Common LISP format description. Returns an instance of
gnu.text.ReportFormat, which can be passed to the
A format string passed to
consists of format directives (that start with `~'),
and regular characters (that are written directly to the destination).
Most of the Common Lisp (and Slib) format directives are implemented.
Neither justification, nor pretty-printing are supported yet.
Plus of course, we need documentation for
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