Print or return a string of the form cpu-vendor-os that identifies the kind of computer Octave is running on. If invoked with an output argument, the value is returned instead of printed. For example,computer () -| i586-pc-linux-gnu x = computer () => x = "i586-pc-linux-gnu"
Return 1 if your computer claims to conform to the IEEE standard for floating point calculations.
Return a structure containing configuration and installation information for Octave.
if option is a string, return the configuration information for the specified option.
Return a structure containing a number of statistics about the current Octave process. Not all fields are available on all systems. If it is not possible to get CPU time statistics, the CPU time slots are set to zero. Other missing data are replaced by NaN. Here is a list of all the possible fields that can be present in the structure returned by
- Unshared data size.
- Number of block input operations.
- Unshared stack size.
- Shared memory size.
- Number of major page faults.
- Maximum data size.
- Number of minor page faults.
- Number of messages received.
- Number of messages sent.
- Number of involuntary context switches.
- Number of signals received.
- Number of swaps.
- Number of voluntary context switches.
- Number of block output operations.
- A structure containing the system CPU time used. The structure has the elements
- A structure containing the user CPU time used. The structure has the elements