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Re: Time



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benji@intercomputer.hu wrote:

>How can I measure the time it takes to complete a CL command? I'm intrested
>in both elapsed and CPU time. On VM/CMS I can see the time when I get back
>the prompt; on UNIX there is a command called time. What abot OS/400?

Benji,

You can use RTVSYSVAL SYSVAL(QTIME) RTNVAR(&TIME) where &TIME is a character
variable of 6 to 9 characters. The value returned in &TIME will be the system
time in HHMMSS.SSS format.


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