Controls output to the screen.
screen on; screen off; screen;
output file = mydata.asc reset; screen off; format /m1/rz 1,8; open fp = mydata; do until eof(fp); print readr(fp,200);; endo; fp = close(fp); end;
The program above will write the contents of the GAUSS file
mydata.dat into an ASCII file called
already exists, it will be overwritten. Turning the window
off will speed up execution. The end statement
above will automatically perform
output off and
When this is on, the results of all print statements will be directed to the window. When this is off, print statements will not be sent to the window. This is independent of the statement output on, which will cause the results of all print statements to be routed to the current auxiliary output file.
If you are sending a lot of output to the auxiliary output file on a disk drive, turning the window off will speed things up.
The end statement will automatically perform output off and screen on.
screen with no arguments will print “Screen is on” or “Screen is off” on the console.
Changing the screen setting is NOT threadsafe and therefore, should not be done inside of threadBegin, threadStat or threadfor, threadendfor blocks.