fn: lolcat
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Syntax

The syntax for lolcat calls is:

f++:  
lolcat{options}(params)

n++:  
@lolcat{options}(params)

Description

The lolcat function is for outputting text with rainbow colours to the console with a linebreak automatically added to the end, it takes an aribtrary number of parameters (it is similar to console except with rainbows). You can use endl as a parameter for flushed line breaks, \n for unflushed.

Note: lolcat will only work if you have the program lolcat installed on your machine. It is available for:

If you find a working version for Windows please let us know.

Note: If you want multiple lolcat calls to print to the console without being interrupted by output from threads building other files then use console.lock and console.unlock.

Options

The following options are available for lolcat calls:

option description
b or block read and output block of text following console call
!pb do not parse block of text
option description

f++ example

Example of lolcat being used with f++:

:=(int, i=12)
:=(string, str="hello")
console.lock
lolcat("i: ", i)
lolcat(str, ", world!")
lolcat("first line", endl, "second line")
lolcat{block}
{
	first line
	second line
	third line
}
console.unlock

n++ example

Example of lolcat being used with n++:

@:=(int, i=12)
@:=(string, str="hello")
@console.lock
@lolcat("i: ", i)
@lolcat(str, ", world!")
@lolcat("first line", endl, "second line")
@lolcat{block}
{
	first line
	second line
	third line
}
@console.unlock

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