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motrip94
Fluorite | Level 6

Hey Guys, sry for my bad English, i am from Germany. 

 

I need a code that measures the time of execution. 

 

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

Start1 = Systemtime;
 
Import
End1 = Systemtime;
Time1 = end1 – start1 ;
 
Create a graphic ;
End2 = Systemtime;
time2 = end2 – end1
 
Correlation (...) ;
End3 = Systemtime;
time3 = end3 – end2 ;
 
lm();
 
End4 = Systemtime;
time4 = end4 – end3 ;
 
Print time 1,2,3,4 ;
 
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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

The datetime() function gives you the current time.

%let starttime=%sysfunc(datetime());

/* code */

data _null_;
starttime = &starttime;
endtime = datetime();
execution_time = endtime - starttime;
put starttime datetime19.;
put endtime datetime19.;
put execution_time time8.;
run;
motrip94
Fluorite | Level 6

How can I use this in Proc Step?

 

Don´t work if i Try with Import a CSV-File in Proc-Step 😞

Kurt_Bremser
Super User

You don't use this in a step, you wrap it around the steps you want to measure.

The code that you want to measure goes where my comment (/* code */) is.

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