Function: write_data (<X>, <D>)
Function: write_data (<X>, <D>, <separator_flag>) Writes the object <X> to the destination <D>.
write_data writes a matrix in row-major order, with one line per row.
write_data writes an array created by
make_array in row-major order, with a new line at the end of every slab. Higher-dimensional slabs are separated by additional new lines.
write_data writes a hashed array with each key followed by its associated list on one line.
write_data writes a nested list with each sublist on one line.
write_data writes a flat list all on one line.
The destination <D> may be a file name or a stream. When the destination is a file name, the global variable
file_output_append governs whether the output file is appended or truncated. When the destination is a stream, no special action is taken by
write_data after all the data are written; in particular, the stream remains open.
The recognized values of <separator_flag> are
tab. If <separator_flag> is not specified, the file is assumed space-delimited.
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