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Synopsis Print an indented representation of a value followed by a newline and returns the value as result.
Function &T iprintlnExp(&T v)
Usage import IO;
Description See iprintExp for a version that does not add a newline.
Examples
rascal>import IO;
ok
rascal>iprintlnExp(["fruits", ("spider" : 8, "snake" : 0), [10, 20, 30]]);
[
  "fruits",
  ("snake":0,"spider":8),
  [10,20,30]
]
list[value]: [
  "fruits",
  ("snake":0,"spider":8),
  [10,20,30]
]
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