sbbs_t::yesno() and noyes() and their JS equivalents (console.yesno/noyes)
now accept an optional print-mode (a.k.a. pmode) argument to provide more control over the printing that happens in these functions/methods. The immediate use is for P_NOCRLF to stop the newline from being printed after a yes or no response (e.g. in a full-screen UI), but there could be other uses.
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