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# write_term(?Term, ++Options)

The term Term is written to the current output in a format specified by Options
*Term*
- An arbitrary term
*Options*
- List of option terms

## Description

This is a generalisation of the predicates write/1, writeq/1, print/1,
display/1, write_canonical/1. It is used to write an arbitrary term
Term onto the current output stream according to the given options.

`write_term(Term, Options)`

is equivalent to
`write_term(output, Term, Options)`

.
For details see write_term/3.

### Modes and Determinism

### Modules

This predicate is sensitive to its module context (tool predicate, see @/2).
## Examples

Equivalent to write_term(output, Term, Options).
See write_term/3 for examples.

## See Also

write_term / 3, display / 1, print / 1, printf / 2, write / 1, writeq / 1, write_canonical / 1