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NAME

       dis_cpu_time,  dis_wall_time,  seq_cpu_time,  seq_walltime  --  Time  in  seconds since an
       arbitrary time in the past.

SYNOPSIS

           double dis_cpu_time();
           double dis_wall_time();
           double seq_cpu_time();
           double seq_wall_time();

EXAMPLE

           double t_start = dis_wall_time();
           //....  stuff to be timed  ...
           double t_end   = dis_wall_time();
           derr << "That took " << t_end - t_start << " seconds" << endl

           double cpu_start = dis_cpu_time();
           //....  stuff to be timed  ...
           double cpu_end   = dis_cpu_time();
           derr << "That needs " << cpu_end - cpu_start << " CPU seconds" << endl

DESCRIPTION

       dis_wall_time returns a floating-point number of seconds, representing elapsed  wall-clock
       time since some time in the past.  The time in the past is guaranteed not to change during
       the life of the process.  The user is responsible for converting large numbers of  seconds
       to  other units if they are preferred.  This function is portable (it returns seconds, not
       ticks), it allows high resolution, and carries no unnecessary baggage.  In  a  distributed
       environment,  dis_wall_time  clocks are synchronized: different nodes return the same time
       value at the same instant.  seq_wall_time is similar but the time returned is local to the
       node  that  called  them  and  clocks  are not synchronized: in a distributed environment,
       different nodes can return different local times, at different instant when  the  call  to
       seq_wall_time is reached.

       seq_cpu_time  is  similar but returns the computing time per user for the current process.
       dis_cpu_time returns the accumulated CPU for all processed linked together via the default
       communicator.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright  (C) 2000-2018 Pierre Saramito <Pierre.Saramito@imag.fr> GPLv3+: GNU GPL version
       3 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>.  This is free software:  you  are  free  to
       change and redistribute it.  There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.