Re: Print vs. print out
I'd use "print".
I'd also delete "currently"
Generally, most words that end in "ly" can be deleted and some "ly" add effect. "Currently" is repetitive in the example here.
Plus, I have a problem with "print... to the recorder"
If it prints, why is it called a 'recorder' and not a 'printer'?
"Print" can be to the screen, to a file, to a printer, or to another format or device.
Or is nothing actually being printed? Does the action *send* or *output* content to the recorder?
I think it depends on whether data or an image is being sent.
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