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pike.git/refdoc/chapters/hilfe.xml:249:   })   Last token: ")"   Current block: ")"   </example>      <p><tt>dump wrapper</tt> show the latest Hilfe wrapper that the last   expression was evaluated in. Useful when debugging Hilfe (i.e.   investigating why valid Pike expressions doesn't compile).</p>   <example>   > int i=5; - > i=i+5; + > i+=5;   (1) Result: 10   > dump wrapper   Last compiled wrapper:   001: #pragma unpragma_strict_types   002: mapping(string:mixed) ___hilfe = ___Hilfe->variables;   003: # 1 - 004: mixed ___HilfeWrapper() { return (([mapping(string:int)]___hilfe)->i)=(([mapping(string:int)]___hilfe)->i)+5; ; } + 004: mixed ___HilfeWrapper() { return (([mapping(string:int)]___hilfe)->i)+=5; ; }   005:   </example>   </subsection>      <subsection title="new">   <p>When <tt>new</tt> is given without any arguments it clears the   current Hilfe state. This includes the parser state, variables,   constants, functions, programs, inherits, imports and the history. It   does not include the currently installed commands. Note that code in   your .hilferc will not be reevaluated.</p>
pike.git/refdoc/chapters/hilfe.xml:302:   evaluated Pike expressions. Currently the following set format   parameters are available:</p>   <matrix>   <r><c>default</c><c>The normal result formatting.</c></r>   <r><c>bench</c><c>A result formatting extended with compilation and   evaluation times.</c></r>   <r><c>sprintf</c><c>The result formatting will be decided by the succeeding   Pike string. The sprintf will be given the arguments shown in   the table below.</c></r>   </matrix> - <p></p> +    <matrix>   <r><c>0</c><c>The result as a string.</c></r>   <r><c>1</c><c>The result number in the history.</c></r>   <r><c>2</c><c>The result in its native type.</c></r>   <r><c>3</c><c>The compilation time as a string.</c></r>   <r><c>4</c><c>The evaluation time as a string.</c></r>   <r><c>5</c><c>The compilation time in nanoseconds as an int.</c></r>   <r><c>6</c><c>The evaluation time in nanoseconds as an int.</c></r>   </matrix>   <example>