display(x) display(d::Display, x) display(mime, x) display(d::Display, mime, x)

Display x using the topmost applicable display in the display stack, typically using the richest supported multimedia output for x, with plain-text STDOUT output as a fallback. The display(d, x) variant attempts to display x on the given display d only, throwing a MethodError if d cannot display objects of this type.

There are also two variants with a mime argument (a MIME type string, such as "image/png"), which attempt to display x using the requested MIME type only, throwing a MethodError if this type is not supported by either the display(s) or by x. With these variants, one can also supply the "raw" data in the requested MIME type by passing x::AbstractString (for MIME types with text-based storage, such as text/html or application/postscript) or x::Vector{UInt8} (for binary MIME types).


See Also

:@printf, :@sprintf, display, displayable, dump, info, isprint, print, println, print_escaped, print_joined, print_shortest, print_unescaped, print_with_color, pushdisplay, redisplay, show, showall, showcompact, sprint, versioninfo,

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