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Re: How can I display the total time ?

There is no function for determining the time a function needs without
evaluating that function first. Try to use the Timing[] function where
you place your code you wish to time between the brackets and it will
return your output along with the time in seconds it took to evaluate.
SessionTime[] is a function that tells how long Mathematica has been
running since it was last started, TimeConstrained[f,s] only allows the
function f to evaluate an s number of seconds, and TimeUsed[] displays
the total CPU time during a Mathematica session.

I hopes this helps, but if not, reply,

liwen liwen wrote:

> friends:
>        I want to know the total time that running a
> routine needs,what should I set the setting?Please
> help!
> Regards,
>          Liwen  12/11/2000
>  E-mail: gzgear at
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