Displays some statistics about the current LUX session; mostly helpful in debugging the LUX program. Depending on the way in which your version of LUX was compiled, the following columns may feature in the answer:
number of items for which memory is allocated.
total number of allocated bytes.
total number of bytes set aside by the operating system for this LUX session.
ignore level (
list stack index.
number of defined named variables.
index of temporary variables.
index of permanent executables.
index of temporary executables.
symbol stack index.
current execution context.
index of marked temporary variables.
At the main execution level, the values of
tm should all be zero.
See also: debugging