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2answers
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Print current time (with milliseconds)

I want this command in windows with cygwin installed, so any Linux command will work for me.
0
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1answer
127 views

How to parse time expressions in shell?

I want to have a shell script with a parameter specifying some time. Is there already an existing way to transform time expressions ala: 1d, 34m, 3s, or 0.456h, or 23ms into lets say just ...
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6answers
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Need a Linux command that takes much time

Don't ask why, but I would like to know a linux command, besides "la -laR", since that could not take that long according to where you are in the folder structure, that takes much time to complete.
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1answer
81 views

saving the results of the time command while discarding the results of the command being timed (unix)

I'm timing how long it takes to run a command foo. I'm looking to append the results from the time command to a file, and discard the results from the foo command. I tried the following, but it didn't ...
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2answers
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Is it possible to set wget to show the transfer times in milliseconds?

Generally, wget shows transfer times in seconds. Is there a way I can to make it show the time in milliseconds?