hertz

The <hertz> object is useful to measure clock cycles. It is used primarily to measure clock frequency by the speed of the processor inspector. Hertz objects have a resolution of 1 hertz and are stored internally as a 64 bit signed integer.

Version Platforms
8.0.584.0 AIX, HP-UX, Mac, Red Hat, SUSE, Session, Solaris, Windows
8.1.535.0 Debian, Ubuntu

Creation

ghz : hertz
greatest hz : hertz
hz : hertz
khz : hertz
least hz : hertz
mhz : hertz
performance counter frequency of <operating system> : hertz
speed of <processor> : hertz

Properties

absolute value of <hertz> : hertz
extrema of <hertz> : ( hertz, hertz )
maximum of <hertz> : hertz
minimum of <hertz> : hertz
significant digits <integer> of <hertz> : hertz
unique value of <hertz> : hertz with multiplicity

Casts

<hertz> as string : string

Operators

- <hertz> : hertz
<hertz> * <integer> : hertz
<hertz> + <hertz> : hertz
<hertz> - <hertz> : hertz
<hertz> / <hertz> : integer
<hertz> / <integer> : hertz
<hertz> < <hertz> : boolean
<hertz> <= <hertz> : boolean
<hertz> = <hertz> : boolean
<hertz> mod <hertz> : hertz
<integer> * <hertz> : hertz