Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
Archive   : STOP200.ZIP
Filename : STOPWTCH.C

 
Output of file : STOPWTCH.C contained in archive : STOP200.ZIP
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/* STOPWTCH.EXE - Times the execution of other program.
*
* Version: 2.0.0
* Date: June 18, 1990
* Author: Don A. Williams
*
********************* NOTICE ************************
* Contrary to the current trend in MS-DOS software *
* this program, for whatever it is worth, is NOT *
* copyrighted (with the exception of the runtime *
* library from the C compiler)! The program, in *
* whole or in part, may be used freely in any *
* fashion or environment desired. If you find this *
* program to be useful to you, do NOT send any *
* contribution to the author; in the words of Rick *
* Conn, 'Enjoy!' However, if you make any *
* improvements, I would enjoy receiving a copy of *
* the modified source. I can be reached, usually *
* within 24 hours, by messages on any of the *
* following Phoenix, AZ systems (the Phoenix systems *
* can all be reached through StarLink node #9532): *
* *
* The Tool Shop BBS [PCBOARD] [PC-Pursuit] *
* (602) 279-2673 1200/2400/9600 bps *
* Technoids Anonymous [PCBOARD] *
* (602) 899-4876 300/1200/2400 bps *
* (602) 899-5233 *
* (602) 786-9131 *
* Inn On The Park [PCBOARD] *
* (602) 957-0631 1200/2400/9600 bps *
* Pascalaholics Anonymous [WBBS] *
* (602) 484-9356 1200/2400 bps *
* *
* or: *
* Blue Ridge Express [RBBS] Richmond, VA *
* (804) 790-1675 2400 bps [StarLink #413] *
* *
* The Lunacy BBS [PCBOARD] Van Nuys, CA *
* (805) 251-7052 2400/9600 [StarLink 6295] *
* (805) 251-8637 2400/9600 [StarLink 6295] *
* *
* or: *
* GEnie, mail address: DON-WILL *
* CompuServ: 75410,543 *
* *
* Every effort has been made to avoid error and *
* moderately extensive testing has been performed *
* on this program, however, the author does not *
* warrant it to be fit for any purpose or to be *
* free from error and disclaims any liability for *
* actual or any other damage arising from the use *
* of this program. *
*******************************************************
*/

#include
#include
#include
#include

long ElapsedTime (void);

void
main (int argc, char *argv[]) {
int i;
long Seconds, Temp;
int Tenths;
int Minutes, Hours;
char Command[256];
struct date MyDate;
struct time OnTime, OffTime;

getdate(&MyDate);
if (argc > 1) {
strcpy(Command, argv[1]);
for (i = 2; i < argc; i++) {
strcat(Command, " ");
strcat(Command, argv[i]);
}
if (Command[0] == '"') strcpy(Command, &Command[1]);
for (i = strlen(Command) - 1; (i >= 0) && (Command[i] == ' '); i--);
if (Command[i] == '"') Command[i] = 0x00;
}
else strcpy(Command, "Command");
gettime(&OnTime);
ElapsedTime();
system(Command);
Temp = ElapsedTime();
Seconds = (Temp * 100) / 182;
Tenths = (int) Seconds % 10;
Seconds = Seconds / 10;
gettime(&OffTime);
printf("\nStopWatch - Version 2.0.0: June 18, 1990\n");
printf(" Turbo C++ 1.0 Compiler Version\n");
printf("Date: %02d/%02d/%02d\n",
MyDate.da_mon, MyDate.da_day, MyDate.da_year);
printf("Command: %s\n", Command);
printf("Start time: %2d:%02d:%02d\n",
OnTime.ti_hour, OnTime.ti_min, OnTime.ti_sec);
printf("Stop time: %2d:%02d:%02d\n",
OffTime.ti_hour, OffTime.ti_min, OffTime.ti_sec);
printf("Elapsed time: ");
if (Seconds > 3600) {
Hours = (int) Seconds / 3600;
Seconds = Seconds % 3600;
printf("%02d:", Hours);
}
if (Seconds > 60) {
Minutes = (int) Seconds / 60;
Seconds = Seconds % 60;
printf("%02d:", Minutes);
}
printf("%02ld.%01d Seconds\n\n", Seconds, Tenths);
}


  3 Responses to “Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
Archive   : STOP200.ZIP
Filename : STOPWTCH.C

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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