# Verbosity

Verbosity(a) sets the verbosity (the amount of information they print) of several functions. The input parameter a has to be a positive integer. In order to minimize the output set a=0 i.e. Verbosity(0). The verbosity of different functions uses bitwise comparison, allowing you to silence different functions differently. Maximal output is created with the call Verbosity(0xFFFF). (0x defines hexadecimal notation, FFFF sets all 16 bits to one)

## Input

• a : Integer used as bitwise comparison in different functions to set or unset print statements in the output.

none

## Example

Verbosity is a global parameter that can be set with the following call

### Input

Verbosity.Quanty
-- For maximal verbosity
Verbosity(0xFFFF)
-- For minimal verbosity
Verbosity(0x0)
-- For standard verbosity
Verbosity(0xF)

### Result

Verbosity.out


Verbosity by it selves gives no output. It changes the printed output of other routines. It does not change calculation results