Hi guys, does anybody know how to calculate the running time of a batch file. I would like to capture the starting time
and run some commands. After finishing the commands I get another evironment time variable.
Now my problem is to calculate the difference between the starting time and ending_time.
Please help me. The code skeleton is below.
The batch file looks like this:
rem capturing the starting time
echo starting at %start_time% >> log.txt
rem here i want to put the batch file commands
rem end of commands
rem capturing the end time and calculate the elapsed time of the commands
echo ending at %ending_time% >> log.txt
rem now i need to calculate the differences between starting_time and ending_time to get the elapsed time
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