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object Stopwatch extends Stopwatch

The system Stopwatch measures elapsed time using System.nanoTime.

Note that it works well with unit tests by respecting time manipulation on Time.

See also

Stopwatches for Java APIs.

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  1. type Elapsed = () ⇒ Duration
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  6. def const(dur: Duration): Stopwatch

    A Stopwatch that always returns dur for the elapsed duration.

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  16. def start(): Elapsed

    Start the stopwatch.

    Start the stopwatch. The returned timer may be read any time, returning the duration of time elapsed since start.

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  18. val systemMicros: () ⇒ Long

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in microseconds, using the system clock.

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in microseconds, using the system clock.

    Note that invoking this doesn't entail any allocations.

  19. val systemMillis: () ⇒ Long

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in milliseconds, using the system clock.

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in milliseconds, using the system clock.

    Note that invoking this doesn't entail any allocations.

  20. val systemNanos: () ⇒ Long

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in nanoseconds, using the system clock.

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in nanoseconds, using the system clock.

    Note that invoking this doesn't entail any allocations.

  21. val timeMicros: () ⇒ Long

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in microseconds, that is Time manipulation compatible.

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in microseconds, that is Time manipulation compatible.

    Useful for testing, but should not be used in production, since it uses a non-monotonic time under the hood, and entails a few allocations. For production, see systemMicros.

  22. val timeMillis: () ⇒ Long

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in milliseconds, that is Time manipulation compatible.

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in milliseconds, that is Time manipulation compatible.

    Useful for testing, but should not be used in production, since it uses a non-monotonic time under the hood, and entails a few allocations. For production, see systemMillis.

  23. val timeNanos: () ⇒ Long

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in nanoseconds, that is Time manipulation compatible.

    A function that returns a Long that can be used for measuring elapsed time in nanoseconds, that is Time manipulation compatible.

    Useful for testing, but should not be used in production, since it uses a non-monotonic time under the hood, and entails a few allocations. For production, see systemNanos.

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