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How To Suppress Print Outputs On Scripts

Is there a way to suppress the printing of Start, Done(timestamp) when a script is executed?
I am building a state-machine interface with EZ-scipt, and I want to make it as fast as possible, eliminating any unnecessary prints.

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#1   — Edited
I’ll add an option for you. Have you considered using the JavaScript compiler instead? It’s 10-20 times faster than ezscript
Thanks DJ.
I coded a simple state-machine to do some movements for 3 of my 8 servos/motors per arm, and it seemed to work fairly well.  Still have a lot to add to it though, so speed might eventually be an issue.

I was thinking about C# code, but I think I'll give the JavaScript a shot.  Might be just want I need.  I've done some Java, and lots of C programming over the past 35 years, so I shouldn't have much trouble getting up to speed on JavaScript.  Thanks for the suggestion.