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(Read-only) The SECONDS option holds the number of seconds since January 1, 1970. As an aid to enhancing a program's speed, SECONDS can be used to determine how many real seconds elapse while the program is running.
The following program puts the value of SECONDS at the start of the program in a variable called
t1, then displays the difference between
t1 and the value of SECONDS after the program executes.
DEFINE prodsummary PROGRAM PROGRAM VARIABLE t1 INTEGER t1 = seconds LIMIT product TO ALL BLANK FOR product DO ROW WIDTH 16 name.product ACROSS month Jun96: DECIMAL 0 LSET - '$'WIDTH 18 <RSET ' (actual)' sales RSET ' (plan)' sales.plan> DOEND BLANK ROW WIDTH 35 LSET 'the program took ' RSET ' SECOND(s).' - (SECONDS-t1) END
Running this program produces the following results.
3-Person Tents $95,121 (actual) $80,138 (plan) Aluminum Canoes $157,762 (actual) $132,931 (plan) Tennis Racquets $97,174 (actual) $84,758 (plan) Warm-up Suits $79,630 (actual) $73,569 (plan) Running Shoes $153,688 (actual) $109,219 (plan) The program took 2 second(s).