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Propiedad Stopwatch.ElapsedMilliseconds

 

Publicado: octubre de 2016

Obtiene el tiempo total transcurrido medido por la instancia actual, en milisegundos.

Espacio de nombres:   System.Diagnostics
Ensamblado:  System (en System.dll)

public long ElapsedMilliseconds { get; }

Valor de propiedad

Type: System.Int64

Entero largo de solo lectura que representa el número total de milisegundos medido por la instancia actual.

This property represents elapsed time rounded down to the nearest whole millisecond value. For higher precision measurements, use the P:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch.Elapsed or P:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch.ElapsedTicks properties.

You can query the properties P:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch.Elapsed, P:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch.ElapsedMilliseconds, and P:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch.ElapsedTicks while the T:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch instance is running or stopped. The elapsed time properties steadily increase while the T:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch is running; they remain constant when the instance is stopped.

By default, the elapsed time value of a T:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch instance equals the total of all measured time intervals. Each call to M:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch.Start begins counting at the cumulative elapsed time; each call to M:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch.Stop ends the current interval measurement and freezes the cumulative elapsed time value. Use the M:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch.Reset method to clear the cumulative elapsed time in an existing T:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch instance.

The following example uses the T:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch class to measure the performance of four different implementations for parsing an integer from a string. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the T:System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch class.

private static void TimeOperations()
{
    long nanosecPerTick = (1000L*1000L*1000L) / Stopwatch.Frequency;
    const long numIterations = 10000;

    // Define the operation title names.
    String [] operationNames = {"Operation: Int32.Parse(\"0\")",
                                   "Operation: Int32.TryParse(\"0\")",
                                   "Operation: Int32.Parse(\"a\")",
                                   "Operation: Int32.TryParse(\"a\")"};


    // Time four different implementations for parsing 
    // an integer from a string. 

    for (int operation = 0; operation <= 3; operation++)
    {
        // Define variables for operation statistics.
        long numTicks = 0;
        long numRollovers = 0;
        long maxTicks = 0;
        long minTicks = Int64.MaxValue;
        int indexFastest = -1;
        int indexSlowest = -1;
        long milliSec = 0;

        Stopwatch time10kOperations = Stopwatch.StartNew();

        // Run the current operation 10001 times.
        // The first execution time will be tossed
        // out, since it can skew the average time.

        for (int i=0; i<=numIterations; i++) 
        {
            long ticksThisTime = 0;
            int inputNum;
            Stopwatch timePerParse;

            switch (operation)
            {
                case 0:
                    // Parse a valid integer using
                    // a try-catch statement.

                    // Start a new stopwatch timer.
                    timePerParse = Stopwatch.StartNew();

                    try 
                    {
                        inputNum = Int32.Parse("0");
                    }
                    catch (FormatException)
                    {
                        inputNum = 0;
                    }

                    // Stop the timer, and save the
                    // elapsed ticks for the operation.

                    timePerParse.Stop();
                    ticksThisTime = timePerParse.ElapsedTicks;
                    break;
                case 1:
                    // Parse a valid integer using
                    // the TryParse statement.

                    // Start a new stopwatch timer.
                    timePerParse = Stopwatch.StartNew();

                    if (!Int32.TryParse("0", out inputNum))
                    { 
                        inputNum = 0;
                    }

                    // Stop the timer, and save the
                    // elapsed ticks for the operation.
                    timePerParse.Stop();
                    ticksThisTime = timePerParse.ElapsedTicks;
                    break;
                case 2:
                    // Parse an invalid value using
                    // a try-catch statement.

                    // Start a new stopwatch timer.
                    timePerParse = Stopwatch.StartNew();

                    try 
                    {
                        inputNum = Int32.Parse("a");
                    }
                    catch (FormatException)
                    {
                        inputNum = 0;
                    }

                    // Stop the timer, and save the
                    // elapsed ticks for the operation.
                    timePerParse.Stop();
                    ticksThisTime = timePerParse.ElapsedTicks;
                    break;
                case 3:
                    // Parse an invalid value using
                    // the TryParse statement.

                    // Start a new stopwatch timer.
                    timePerParse = Stopwatch.StartNew();

                    if (!Int32.TryParse("a", out inputNum))
                    { 
                        inputNum = 0;
                    }

                    // Stop the timer, and save the
                    // elapsed ticks for the operation.
                    timePerParse.Stop();
                    ticksThisTime = timePerParse.ElapsedTicks;
                    break;

                default:
                    break;
            }

            // Skip over the time for the first operation,
            // just in case it caused a one-time
            // performance hit.
            if (i == 0)
            {
                time10kOperations.Reset();
                time10kOperations.Start();
            }
            else 
            {

                // Update operation statistics
                // for iterations 1-10001.
                if (maxTicks < ticksThisTime)
                {
                    indexSlowest = i;
                    maxTicks = ticksThisTime;
                }
                if (minTicks > ticksThisTime)
                {
                    indexFastest = i;
                    minTicks = ticksThisTime;
                }
                numTicks += ticksThisTime;
                if (numTicks < ticksThisTime)
                {
                    // Keep track of rollovers.
                    numRollovers ++;
                }
            }
        }  

        // Display the statistics for 10000 iterations.

        time10kOperations.Stop();
        milliSec = time10kOperations.ElapsedMilliseconds;

        Console.WriteLine();
        Console.WriteLine("{0} Summary:", operationNames[operation]);
        Console.WriteLine("  Slowest time:  #{0}/{1} = {2} ticks",
            indexSlowest, numIterations, maxTicks);
        Console.WriteLine("  Fastest time:  #{0}/{1} = {2} ticks",
            indexFastest, numIterations, minTicks);
        Console.WriteLine("  Average time:  {0} ticks = {1} nanoseconds", 
            numTicks / numIterations, 
            (numTicks * nanosecPerTick) / numIterations );
        Console.WriteLine("  Total time looping through {0} operations: {1} milliseconds", 
            numIterations, milliSec);
    }
}

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