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:optimize

Arguments:

This command allows you to set the global values of the safety, space, speed, and debug optimization qualities interactively. When you enter this command, you are asked for the desired value of safety, the desired value of space, the desired value of speed, and the desired value of debug. In each case, the current global value is displayed in brackets. The current value serves as the default and is chosen by hitting a carriage return rather than inputting a value. Because the current value is displayed, this command allows you to poll the global values as well as set them. Your responses are summarized after you finish supplying values.

The minimal abbreviation of :optimize is :opt.

Note that we strongly discourage you from ever globally setting safety to 0, since if speed is 3 and safety is 0 checking for interrupts is disabled.

See compiling.htm for information on the safety, space, speed, and debug optimization qualities and on compiler switches.

See top-level.htm for more information on top-level commands.


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