cputimeif its argument is 0, otherwise start displaying
cputimeafter every top level evaluation of Asir command.
cputime()with NON-ZERO argument enables Asir to display CPU time and GC time after every evaluation of top level Asir command. The command with argument 0 disables displaying them.
tstart()starts measuring CPU time and GC time without arguments. The parentheses `()' may be omitted.
tstop()stops measuring CPU time and GC time and displays them without arguments. The parentheses `()' may be omitted.
cputime(onoff)has same meaning as
tstop()is not expected. If such an effect is desired, use
cputime()have effects only to displaying mode. Time for evaluation of every top level statement is always measured. Therefore, even after a computation has already started, you can let Asir display the timings, whenever you enter the debug-mode and execute
 tstart$  fctr(x^10-y^10); [[1,1],[x+y,1],[x^4-y*x^3+y^2*x^2-y^3*x+y^4,1],[x-y,1], [x^4+y*x^3+y^2*x^2+y^3*x+y^4,1]]  tstop$ 80msec + gc : 40msec
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