This structure is returned by
Time.times. It holds information on process times on those platforms that support it. Not all values are valid on all platforms. This structure contains the following instance variables and the corresponding accessors:
||Amount of User CPU time, in seconds|
||Amount of System CPU time, in seconds|
||Completed child processes' User CPU time, in seconds (always 0 on Windows NT)|
||Completed child processes' System CPU time, in seconds (always 0 on Windows NT)|
t = Time.times [ t.utime, t.stime] → [0.06, 0.0] [ t.cutime, t.cstime ] → [0.0, 0.0]
Extracted from the book "Programming Ruby - The Pragmatic Programmer's Guide"
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