How to hide "time elapsed" in console applications?

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How to hide "time elapsed" in console applications?

Post by notgay » Sun Jun 24, 2018 1:15 am

Everytime I run a console application, it shows me the time elapsed. I have searched everywhere for the option to hide it but to no avail. Is there an option to hide it?

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Re: How to hide "time elapsed" in console applications?

Post by eranif » Sun Jun 24, 2018 1:37 am

Assuming you are using Windows, you cant.
CodeLite uses a wrapper executable to enable the "pause-when-execution-ends" feature.
You can disable this, but then your console will be "gone" when the execution ends (so incase you print something to the console, you wont be able to read it

To disable this feature, project settings->pause when execution ends
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Re: How to hide "time elapsed" in console applications?

Post by notgay » Sun Jun 24, 2018 10:08 am

eranif wrote:Assuming you are using Windows, you cant.
CodeLite uses a wrapper executable to enable the "pause-when-execution-ends" feature.
You can disable this, but then your console will be "gone" when the execution ends (so incase you print something to the console, you wont be able to read it

To disable this feature, project settings->pause when execution ends
Thank you man, it works :D

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