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NAMEtimes — write process timesSYNOPSIStimesDESCRIPTION
The times utility shall write the accumulated user and system times for
the shell and for all of its child processes, in the following POSIX
"%dm%fs %dm%fs\n%dm%fs %dm%fs\n", <shell user minutes>,
<shell user seconds>, <shell system minutes>,
<shell system seconds>, <children user minutes>,
<children user seconds>, <children system minutes>,
<children system seconds>
The four pairs of times shall correspond to the members of the
<sys/times.h> tms structure (defined in the Base Definitions volume of
POSIX.1‐2008, Chapter 13, Headers) as returned by times(): tms_utime,
tms_stime, tms_cutime, and tms_cstime, respectively.
See the DESCRIPTION.
The standard error shall be used only for diagnostic messages.
CONSEQUENCES OF ERRORS
The following sections are informative.
The times special built-in from the Single UNIX Specification is now
required for all conforming shells.
Section 2.14, Special Built-In Utilities
The Base Definitions volume of POSIX.1‐2008, <sys_times.h>
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