REAL value representing the elapsed CPU time in seconds. This is useful for testing segments of code to determine execution time.
If a time source is available, time will be reported with microsecond resolution. If no time source is available, TIME is set to
Note that TIME may contain a, system dependent, arbitrary offset and may not start with
CPU_TIME, the absolute value is meaningless, only differences between subsequent calls to this subroutine, as shown in the example below, should be used.
Fortran 95 and later
|TIME||The type shall be
program test_cpu_time real :: start, finish call cpu_time(start) ! put code to test here call cpu_time(finish) print '("Time = ",f6.3," seconds.")',finish-start end program test_cpu_time
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