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The black numbers are hex numbers. They can be converted to decimal:
0x48495254 => 78 (hex)
So your program prints 78 characters.
The third is a copyright notice.
The rest is gibberish.

I’m assuming your operating system is Linux/UNIX. If not, you need to explain what you’re using.
My guess is that you’re either using the GNU command-line interpreter or a variant that uses a different character encoding (e.g. a proprietary command-line interpreter).
If you’re using a GNU command-line interpreter, you need to specify -r -c for raw mode and -e for eol mode (the standard option is -e). You should also specify locale-specific options like -u (eol conversion to a different character) and -a (word breaks and hyphenation).
If you’re using a proprietary command-line interpreter, you need to use a different encoding, I don’t know of any encoding that can represent all characters that are allowed in a command-line. (This is usually done by switching to Unicode mode.)

package scala
package reflect
package api

import scala.annotation.tailrec
import scala.collection.convert.WrapAsScala

/** `Foldable` instances can be traversed by following indices, both in `tail` and `cons`.
* Because these are `implicit` conversions, all operations will be performed as if the
* `Traversable` instances were folded implicitly. The main difference with `foldr` is that the
* `traversable.foldr` is case class constructors.
* `Traversable` is aliased to `TailRecursive` and `Cons`

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game is a 1987 second game in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, and a sequel to the arcade game Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Like the first game, it was written by Makoto Shibata and produced by Konami. It was published by Konami for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The cover art is painted by David D. Kelly.

The game is a 2D action/platform game in which the player controls either Leonardo, Michelangelo, or Donatello, one of the characters from the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It contains a total of 11 levels, similar to the first game, along with an action replay mode, where each level of the game is replayed as a mini-game. Most notably, it does not have a pair of playable characters, which was the main purpose of the first game. The player can choose between individual characters, as opposed to each controlled character picking up or picking up more weapons. When the player picks up any weapon, it will be duplicated. During each level, the player may duck behind a wall or jump on a pile of debris to evade enemies. Each character can obtain a special attack by switching to the “hiding mode” for a limited time, though it will not break the camouflage effect.