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Programming Interfaces
Input/Output Processes : Alternate I/O Sources : Changing the output destination

Changing the output destination

You use the OUTPUT TO statement to name a new destination for output. All statements that output data (such as DISPLAY or SET) use the new output destination. The possible destinations include:
*The printer
*An operating system file or device
*The terminal (by default)
*The system clipboard (Windows only)
* Output to printers
* Additional options for printing in Windows
* Output to files or devices
* Output to the clipboard
* Resetting output to the terminal
* Sending output to multiple destinations
* Stream I/O vs. screen I/O
* A printing solution