Set an information level
This functionality does not run in MATLAB.
setuserinfo(f, n, <Name | Quiet>) setuserinfo(f) setuserinfo(Any, n, <Name | Quiet>) setuserinfo(Any) setuserinfo(n) setuserinfo(NIL) setuserinfo()
setuserinfo(f, n) sets the information level for the function f to n, thus activating or deactivating userinfo commands built into f.
The information level controls the printing of information by the function userinfo. This function is built into various library routines to display progress information during the execution of algorithms.
setuserinfo(f, n style ) sets the information level of f to the value n and returns the previously set value. Setting an information level for a domain does not change previously set information levels of the methods of this domain.
setuserinfo(f) returns the current information level of the MuPAD® object f without changing it.
setuserinfo(Any, n style ) sets the global information level to the value n and returns the previously set value. Note that this does not change previously set information levels of domains and procedures.
setuserinfo(n) is equivalent to setuserinfo(Any, n).
setuserinfo(Any) returns the global information level without changing it.
With information level 0, the displaying of information can be switched off for a function resp. library explicitely, even if the global information level is set.
setuserinfo(NIL) resets the information level of all functions and domains to the default value 0. With this value, no information is printed by userinfo.
setuserinfo() returns a table of all previously set information levels. This table is cleared by the call setuserinfo(NIL).
Set/retrieve the information level for all functions not explicitly having some other value set.
Causes userinfo to append the name of the calling procedure to the printed message
Causes userinfo to suppress the prefix "Info:" at the beginning of a line