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I have to list the files of particular directory using file filter like find -name abc* something and if multiple file exist I also want time of each file up to seconds.
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Cany any one help me in solving this..
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I thought that access time of a file is time when the file was run last time (or I read somewhere that it's time when system lookup the file -> but I'm not sure when it really is)
How is it exactly?
Thank you for help! (11 Replies)
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I need to time a certain function in my C/C++ code and I am experiencing some difficulties. I timed it using wallclock time so I know that it takes approximately 500-600 microseconds with
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