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time elapsed during the running of a script - more precision?

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I'm wondering if there is a way, within FMP, to time the elapsed duration of a script and see the result with more precision than simply whole seconds.

In order to time a script, I use the following as the first step:

Set Variable [$starttime; Value:Get (Current Time )]

and the following as the last step:

Show Custom Dialog ["Done" ; "Time elapsed: " & Seconds( Get(CurrentTime)-$starttime ) & " seconds."]

That reports elapsed time in whole seconds. Is there a way to see elapsed time with any more precision, but without calling Applescript or other external functions?

Thanks!

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without calling Applescript or other external functions?

So you're aware of it, then must the reply be in the vicinty of no or hardly!

http://www.databasepros.com/FMPro?-DB=resources.fp5&-lay=cgi&-format=list.html&-FIND=+&resource_id=DBPros000822

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http://www.databasepros.com/FMPro?-DB=resources.fp5&-lay=cgi&-format=list.html&-FIND=+&resource_id=DBPros000822
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