At 9:24 PM -0500 9/19/99, John Jacques wrote:
>Hello, I'm running 3.23.3alpha. I know in the mysql editor mysql-> "show
>status\g" will show the current status and the length it took to run at
>the bottom of the status table..
>I have an application using the C API. I feed it a line and it runs it.
>When I enter "SHOW current_time() and return 1 field" It displays the
>current time. When I enter "SHOW status and return 2 fields" It shows
>the status table.
>Is there a way I can start a timer when a web page starts, then display
>the length of time in seconds it took to run?
>Right now I display the current_time on the first line of the web page
>and the current_time on the last line of the web page. Is there any
>built in timers, like when "show status" is run it shows the time it
>took to run after it shows the status.
>I can run "show status" in my program, but the time it takes to run does
>not seem to be part of the returned results. Nothing is displayed after
Why don't you just call time() before and after and print the results?
Use the capabilities of your programming language rather than the
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
|• time of select||John Jacques||20 Sep|
| • Re: time of select||Paul DuBois||20 Sep|