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5. Usage hints

5.2: How can I avoid excessive output?

If you expect that the output will have too many lines, typing a double semicolon ";;" at the end of the command line will suppress displaying output on the screen. This will allow you to see more history of your session, and also will prevent your network connection from overloading.

Sometimes a strange indentation behaviour can be repaired by issuing one or several times the command 'Print("\<\<\<\<\<\<\<");'.