hsec
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Purpose
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Returns the number of hundredths of a second since midnight.
Format
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.. function:: y = hsec
:return y: hundredths of a second since midnight.
:rtype y: scalar
Examples
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::
// Define random x matrix
x = rndu(1000, 1000);
// Starting time
tStart = hsec;
// Multiply x*x
y = x*x;
// Calculate time elapsed
tTotal = hsec-tStart;
In this example, :func:`hsec` is used to time a 1000x1000 multiplication in GAUSS. A 1000x1000 matrix,
*x*, is created, and the current time, in hundredths of a
second since midnight, is stored in the variable *tStart*.
Then the multiplication is carried out. Finally, *tStart*
is subtracted from :func:`hsec` to give the time difference
which is assigned to *tTotal*.
Remarks
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The number of hundredths of a second since midnight can also be accessed
as the :math:`[4,1]` element of the vector returned by the :func:`date` function.
.. seealso:: Functions :func:`date`, :func:`time`, :func:`timestr`, :func:`ethsec`, :func:`etstr`