print the current date and time (without asking to change it) in 12 or 24-hour format. also can execute a program and show the elapsed/execution time in the format 0 days 00:00:00.000
good for profiling a program or for just plain curiosity about long-running jobs.
windows32+64-bit, dos 32-bit, commandline tools.
- for windows 32-bit, 64-bit and DOS 32-bit commandline (DOS version runs on windows 9x/me)
- can show elapsed time of process you --exec processname args ... \; on the commandline
- --12 or --24 hour format switchable
- help with --help
Follow prtime for windows and dos
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Prtime is great! Thanks.