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(PennController.)DebugOff

description

Tells your experiment to not run in Debug mode. This will close the popin window at the bottom-right corner of your experiment, no longer providing you with debugging tools and helpful feedback. You should only use this command when you are ready to collect data.

syntax

(PennController.)DebugOff()

What does (PennController.) mean?

notes

  • Check the tutorial for a rapid overview of the Debugger.

  • Use PennController.DebugOff() (since PennController 1.4) before running the final version of your experiment (the items variable will then be undefined during runtime).


example(s)


$PennController.DebugOff()
@
@PennController(
@    newButton("hello", "Hello world")
@        .print()
@        .wait()
@)
@
@PennController.AddTable( "Words" ,
@    "item,Word\n"  +
@       "1,Hello\n" +
@       "2,World"
@)
@
@PennController.Template( "Words" ,
@    row => PennController(
@        newButton(row.Word)
@            .print()
@            .wait()
@    )
@)