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By default, /print or /print+ causes the compiler to enable the use of the print statement. An example of a print statement is,
Specifying /print- will disable the print command.
You would use /print- if your .dll will be loaded into an environment that doesn't have a console.
You can set Microsoft.JScript.ScriptStream.Out to be an instance of a TextWriter object to enable print to send output elsewhere.
Cause the print statement to not be defined by the compiler:
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