On Tue, Mar 15, 2005 at 03:09:18PM +0000, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> > mike pts/6 172.16.38.95 8:20am 5:28m 0.19s 0.07s runcbl
> > If I have an idle time of 5:28m, I assume that means an idle time of five
> > minutes and 28 seconds, not an idle time of five hours and 28 minutes?
> No it means hours and minutes. An easy way to confirm this is to
> run it a few times a few seconds apart and see if the number of seconds
> increments as you would expect.
that's how i've always figured it out but it's less than ideal. the
0.19s means 0 seconds and 19 tenths of a second. 5:28m means 5 hours
and 28 sixtieths of an hour. i think 5h28m would be clearer.
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