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how can i know what is the time that it takes the script to run and finsh ?

how can i know what is the time that it takes the script to run and finsh ?
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mgtm3
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mgtm3
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MatthiasVanceCommented:
You can use the gettimeofday() function on the beginning and the end of your script, like this.

Kind regards,

Matthias Vance
<?php
	$start = gettimeofday(true);
	// Your code here.
	$end = gettimeofday(true);
	$duration = $end - $start;
	echo "Duration: " . $duration;
?>

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hieloCommented:
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Ray PaseurCommented:
I use this...
<?php
// SCRIPT TIMER AT START OF SCRIPT
list ($x, $y) = explode(" ", microtime()); $script_start_time = $x + $y;
 
/* EXECUTE SCRIPT HERE */
 
// AT END OF SCRIPT
list ($x, $y)		= explode(" ", microtime());
$script_stop_time	= $x + $y;
$script_duration	= number_format( ($script_stop_time - $script_start_time) ,3);
echo "$script_duration Seconds";
?>

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khaledfCommented:
I use this code:
put your page code between these 2 php blocks
<?  $time = microtime(true);  ?>  
 
 
 
<?   
$time2 = microtime(true);   
$gentime = $time2 - $time;
echo "$gentime";
?>

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