|Time.ElapsedCPU||Part of Time module|
|Syntax|| Time.ElapsedCPU : int|
|Description|| The Time.ElapsedCPU function is used on a multitasking system such as UNIX to determine the amount of time that has been used by this program (process). The number of central processor milliseconds assigned to this program is returned. This is of little use on a personal computer, where Time.ElapsedCPU returns the same value as Time.Elapsed.|
|Example|| On a UNIX system, this program tells you how much time it has used.|
var timeUsed : int timeUsed := Time.ElapsedCPU put "This program has used ", timeUsed, " milliseconds of CPU time"
|Status|| Exported qualified.|
This means that you can only call the function by calling Time.ElapsedCPU, not by calling ElapsedCPU.
|See also|| Time.Elapsed and Time.Delay subprograms.|