How can I turn off the printing of the command line: ? printf ... and
the "real" output?
I will just quote Allin from one of his previous messages on this:
Apart from this, I am running some Monte Carlo simulations
with gretl, and I would like to note that, although I put "set
echo off" at the beginnig of my script file, there are some
sentences that are being written to the screen...
Thanks for the report. Since this is an issue that other people
are likely to run into as well, let me explain:
* "set echo off" suppresses the echoing of the commands in the
script; that is, you should just see the output from those
* If you don't want to see status messages such as "Replaced
matrix 'E'", then in addition you should do
set messages off
* Finally, if you want a loop to run quietly, without reporting
the number of iterations completed, add the "--quiet" flag to
the loop command, e.g.
loop i=1..10 --quiet
Perhaps there should be one global command to achieve all this,
but that's how things stand at present.