Windows echo command is rather limiting. It always add a carriage return (\r) and a line-feed (\n) to the text you output. So it's a bit difficult to output text without these characters.
So we wrote the SystemOutPrint as a slightly more advanced echo command. If you know Java, you probably guessed that SystemOutPrint performs similarly to the Java System.out.print method. If not, you'll find SystemOutPrint to be very easy to use.
SystemOutPrint is a Java command-line utility that outputs the text string you specify without adding any control characters. It allows you to add the various control characters as you wish. Current version supports line-feed (\n), carriage return (\r), tab (\t). If there are other control characters you like to see added to SystemOutPrint, please let us know.
SystemOutPrint is distributed as Freeware. Please see the "Freeware License Agreement" elsewhere on this site.
java SystemOutPrint "string"
>java SystemOutPrint "hello world"
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