Timer

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Get the execution time of the script or sql query.

PHP[edit]

MySQL[edit]

Recording the time elapsed after the sql query was executed.

SELECT @timer := CURRENT_TIMESTAMP();
SELECT SLEEP(2); /* sleep 2 seconds for testing purpose */
SELECT 'custom message' AS 'action', CURRENT_TIMESTAMP() AS 'finish time', @timer AS 'start time', TIMEDIFF(CURRENT_TIMESTAMP(), @timer) AS 'time elapsed';

Linux command (BASH)[edit]

Linux Os linux.png console, Mac Os mac.png Terminal or Cygwin commands on Win Os windows.png [1][2]

# start the timer
START=$(date +%s)

# sleep 2 seconds for testing purpose
sleep 2s

# stop the timer
END=$(date +%s)
DIFF=$(( $END - $START ))
printf "Elapsed time %02dh:%02dm:%02ds\n" $(($DIFF/3600)) $(($DIFF%3600/60)) $(($DIFF%60))

# expected result: 
#   Elapsed time 00h:00m:02s

Windows command (DOS)[edit]

# show the start time
prompt $d $t $_$P$G

# do something

# show the finish time
prompt $d $t $_$P$G

or ...[3][4]

# recode the start time
set startTime=%time%

# do something

# show the start and finish time
echo Start Time: %startTime%
echo Finish Time: %time%

Python[edit]

Using time.time()[5]

import time

# start the timer
start = time.time()

# do something

# stop the timer
end = time.time()
print("Elapsed time in seconds: ", end - start)

Java[edit]

Java.lang.System.currentTimeMillis()

# start the timer
long start_time = System.currentTimeMillis();

# stop the timer
System.out.println("\nElapsed time: " + (System.currentTimeMillis() - start_time) + " ms");

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