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HPL_ptimer_cputime(3)	     HPL Library Functions	 HPL_ptimer_cputime(3)

NAME
       HPL_ptimer_cputime - Return the CPU time.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	"hpl.h"

       double HPL_ptimer_cputime();

DESCRIPTION
       HPL_ptimer_cputime  returns  the	cpu time. If HPL_USE_CLOCK is defined,
       the  clock() function is	used to	return an approximation	 of  processor
       time  used  by the program.  The	value returned is the CPU time used so
       far as a	clock_t;  to get the number of seconds used,  the  result   is
       divided	by   CLOCKS_PER_SEC.  This function is part of the  ANSI/ISO C
       standard	library.  If  HPL_USE_TIMES is defined,	the  times()  function
       is  used	 instead.  This	 function  returns  the	current	process	times.
       times() returns the number of clock ticks that have elapsed  since  the
       system  has  been up.  Otherwise	and by default,	 the  standard library
       function	getrusage() is used.

SEE ALSO
       HPL_ptimer_walltime (3),	HPL_ptimer (3).

HPL 2.1			       October 26, 2012		 HPL_ptimer_cputime(3)

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