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Console


The console object allows you to print any value to the console of HISE .

Console.print("Hello World " + 3.4); // Prints "Hello World + 3.4 to the console.

Console.assertEqual(x, y); // You could write assertion tests to check your code. 

Console.start(); // You can benchmark your scripts Compile-time with:
Console.stop(); // wrapping these two Console commands around your code.


Class methods

assertEqual

Throws an error message if the values are not equal.

Console.assertEqual(var v1, var v2)



assertIsDefined

Throws an error message if the value is undefined.

Console.assertIsDefined(var value)



assertIsObjectOrArray

Throws an error message if the value is not an object or array.

Console.assertIsObjectOrArray(var value)



assertLegalNumber

Throws an error message if the value is not a legal number (eg. string or array or infinity or NaN).

Console.assertLegalNumber(var value)



assertNoString

Throws an error message if the value is a string.

Console.assertNoString(var value)



assertTrue

Throws an error message if the condition is not true.

Console.assertTrue(var condition)



Sends a blink message to the current editor.

Console.blink()



breakInDebugger

Throws an assertion in the attached debugger.

Console.breakInDebugger()



clear

Clears the console.

Console.clear()



print

Prints a message to the console.

Console.print(var debug)



startBenchmark

Starts the benchmark. You can give it a name that will be displayed with the result if desired.

Console.startBenchmark()



stop

Causes the execution to stop().

Console.stop(bool condition)



stopBenchmark

Stops the benchmark and prints the result.

Console.stopBenchmark()