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In order to perform a custom write it is necessary to set the correct port handler in place specifically for this kind of operation. Special write handles are required to write custom scripts. They are able to print with write papers for students brackets or angles based on the displays mode they’re running. If you want to stay clear of printing recursively, you could utilize a pipe or string. Both return the output of the write but only on the target port.