Probes

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Probes are used to measure the amount of time that is spent in various sections of code, in order to tell if it's running too slowly. A probe can also be used to tell how often that a particular section of code (such as a function) is called.

The term may refer to:

Example

If the amount of time that a certain process takes is longer than was indicated in a probe, it may generate a Probe Warning in the HeroBlade Console Panel:

**** 0.457274 seconds for Probe WinRun **************************************
**** 0.45254 seconds for Probe WinRun **************************************
**** 0.432847 seconds for Probe WinRun **************************************
**** 0.51145 seconds for Probe World Render **************************************
**** 0.512461 seconds for Probe World RenderMirrorReflections **************************************
**** 0.443406 seconds for Probe WinRun **************************************
**** 0.571513 seconds for Probe MinimapCallback **************************************
**** 0.823484 seconds for Probe WinRun **************************************
**** 0.556316 seconds for Probe WinRun **************************************
**** 0.48277 seconds for Probe WinRun **************************************
**** 0.992546 seconds for Probe World Render **************************************

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