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Safeguard for Sudo 2.0 - Administrators Guide

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inputnoecho

Syntax
string inputnoecho( string prompt )
Description

inputnoecho prompts the user for a single line of input. The input is not displayed on the screen as it is typed.

Example
Instr = inputnoecho("Enter Selection: "); 
if (Instr in allowed_strs) {
 …. 
} 
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print

Syntax
print ( expression exp1 [, expression exp2, ...] )
Description

The print procedure prints the expression to stdout as a single line terminated with a newline character. If there is more than one argument, they are printed with a space delimiter. You can use variables, numbers, strings, lists or expressions as arguments in this function.

Example
print("Hello world");
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fprintf

printf

printnnl

printvars

printf

Syntax
printf ( string format [, expression exp1, ...] );
Description

The printf procedure prints a formatted string to stdout.

NOTE: For more information about formatting parameters, see the printf(3) man page.

Example
#this prints " 10" with no newline. 
printf("%4d", 10); 

#this prints "cory" preceded by 16 blank spaces, terminated with a newline. 
user="cory"; 
printf("%-20.20s\n", user); 
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fprintf

print

printnnl

printvars

printnnl

Syntax
printnnl ( expression expr1 [, expression expr2, ...] )
Description

The printnnl procedure is similar to the print function except that it does not terminate the output with a newline character.

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fprintf

print

printf

printvars

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