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- measure time (hopefully in milliseconds)
- Takashi Yamauchi
October 25, 2004, 4:39 am
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me to the web site where I can get an answer.
I use $^T to measure time (e.g., the time that a person spent on reading a
$^T gives me the running time in seconds. This is good. But I want to have
a more accurae measure of timing (hopefully in miliseconds, or 10 or 100
Could anyone show me how to measure time in miliseconds (or better than
Re: measure time (hopefully in milliseconds)
> me to the web site where I can get an answer.
> Could anyone show me how to measure time in miliseconds (or better than
in your local perl documentation, look up the module Time::HiRes
a good place to start with questions is your locally installed FAQs,
then search this newsgroup for old postings, maybe check CPAN.org then
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