I dont have privilege to download modules
You don't have permissions to write to your own home directories? ...odd.
Is there any other way to find the execution time of perl script?
On a *nix system, you can use the time command, eg:
Or, you can make use of the Perl time command to add timestamps at the beginning and end of your script.
my $start_run = time();
# all your code here
my $end_run = time();
my $run_time = $end_run - $start_run;
print "Job took $run_time seconds\n";
If you want greater than 1 second accuracy, then you'll need to use Time::HiRes.
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