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Description: Example how to use the CTimer class and explain options for rounding the results.
Class: CTimer
Measure the time elapsed during PHP execution
Author: By
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Date: 12 years ago
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This class can use for compute the time elapsed for any process (generation of web page, SQL query, etc.).
Easy use, example:

<?php
$timer
= new CTimer(true); //true for start counting time
... any code ...
echo
'<BR>Runtime: ' . $timer->GetCounting() . ' seconds';
?>

Easy counting SQL query or any function:
<?php
$timer
= new CTimer(true); //true for start counting time
public $sqltimer = new CTimer();

//... any code ...
SQLquery("SELECT * FROM db");
//... any code ...
SQLquery("SELECT * FROM user");
//... any code ...

echo '<BR>Runtime: ' . $timer->GetCounting() . '(SQL: ' . $sqltimer->GetCounting() . ') seconds';

function
SQLquery($query)
{
 
$sqltimer->Start();
  
 
//... any function code ...
  
 
$sqltimer->Stop();
}
?>

Explain options for rounding the results:
By default GetCounting() return time in seconds with cute rounding precision equal to three.

Example returns GetCounting()
for counting 0.011821031570435:
$timer->GetCounting() return 0.012
$timer->GetCounting(6) return 0.011821
$timer->GetCounting(6, false) return 0.011821
$timer->GetCounting(false) return 0.011821031570435

for counting 165.71492307472:
$timer->GetCounting() return 166
$timer->GetCounting(6) return 165.715
$timer->GetCounting(6, false) return 165.714923
$timer->GetCounting(false) return 165.71492307472

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