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Output of macros

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jaberwacky

How can I view the output of a macro such as @CR? Is it even possible. I tried this:

$cr = @CR
  
  consolewrite( $cr & @CR )oÝ÷ Ø­¶­ë-¦º¹Çi¹ZIbí÷èl¥u©'£   ÷Üaz{kçZºÚ"µÍÌÍØÜHÔÛÛÛÛ]Ü]J[
    ÌÍØÜ
H   [ÈÔ

That produced a "0".

I guess what I am getting at is what do I have to manually type in place of @CR that will have the same result? Or point me in the right direction to find out on my own.

Any help is appreciated.

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