function Print (printing) print(printing) end Print("HEY! You printed in the output!")
Please correct me if it will not work.
There are other ways to make a simple "Hello world" program. One is the above, of which you demonstrated (note that people usually define functions as
function Print(printing) and not
function Print (printing). It usually doesn't have an extra space.)
Simple "Hello World"
print("HEY! You printed in the output!")
If you don't know what the above does, you should try looking up Roblox Lua tutorials.
Print-variable "Hello World"
local Text = "HEY! You printed in the output!" print(Text)
Assigns to a local variable and prints it. The below also works.
Text = "HEY! You printed in the output!" print(Text)
Notice how the
local is omitted
Yes to answer your question it would work, if you have any future questions like this I would recommend executing your script and see if it works first before asking a question, but yes it would work make sure to accept my answer please !