print|out

print|out
print|out «PRIHNT OWT», noun.
1. a) the printed output of a computer or a printing press: »

The computer's results can be presented in any of several different forms. One form of printout consists of all the numbers describing the flow in each frame (Scientific American).

b) the act of producing such an output.
2. = printing out. (Cf.printing out)

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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