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prettyprint.config

Variable description

The number base in which the prettyprinter will output numeric literals. A value of 2 will print integers and ratios in binary with 0b. A value of 8 will print them in octal with 0o. A value of 16 will print all integers, ratios, and floating-point values in hexadecimal with 0x. Other values of number-base will print numbers in decimal, which is the default.

Variable value

Current value in global namespace:

Definition

prettyprint.config

Variable description

The number base in which the prettyprinter will output numeric literals. A value of 2 will print integers and ratios in binary with 0b. A value of 8 will print them in octal with 0o. A value of 16 will print all integers, ratios, and floating-point values in hexadecimal with 0x. Other values of number-base will print numbers in decimal, which is the default.

Variable value

Current value in global namespace:

10

Definition

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