Asked • 06/11/19

Get program execution time in the shell?

I want to execute something in a linux shell under a few different conditions, and be able to output the execution time of each execution. I know I could write a perl or python script that would do this, but is there a way I can do it in the shell? (which happens to be bash)

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Nathaniel R. answered • 06/19/19

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