is the basic print mechanism for PG problems. It concatenates its
arguments and places them in the output text string for inclusion in
the body of an HTML document. It can be used more than once in a PG
A list of strings.
Places its concatenated input in
A barebones PG problem using
TEXT( "Hello", ans_rule() , ".");
TEXT() is mainly used in constructing more abstract
macros, however it can also be useful for directly including strings
into the body of the HTML without any processing. For example,
is often placed near the top of a PG problem source file in order to
include "beginproblem"()'s output text, which indicates the number of
the problem and the number of points it is worth.
Macro Definition File
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