Java Swing Render time/Loading time

Posted on 2007-07-31
Last Modified: 2013-11-23
How to calculate the render/load time for simple Java Swing program? Can anyone provide me a simple example.
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Question by:mumbing167
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    Do you mean: in advance and with JVM startup?

    If you want to know pure application and after the fact, it is simple: assign System.currentTimeMillis() to a static long variable as the first line in the main and then calculate the difference when the application has started up.
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