How to suppress iteration output from nlsys

Hi,

I use command "nlsys" to solve a nonlinear system. This command also prints the iteration process on the screen. I wonder if there is a way to skip the printing.

Thank you so much!

Laura

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You can turn off the printing of iteration information by setting the global control variable __output equal to 0 before your call to the nlsys procedure.

Make sure that you set __output after any call you make to the procedure nlset. The GAUSS procedure nlset sets all of the global control variables used by nlsys back to default values. The default value for __output is 1.

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Thanks. It works great!

Laura

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