How to use stopwatch in JAVA – Guava Stopwatch

How to use stopwatch in JAVA – guava stopwatch
Some times we want to check the how much time taken for a particular functionality, method or a statement. By using stopwatch it is to much easier to get the elapsed time.

java-stopwatch

Download Guava jar from – https://code.google.com/p/guava-libraries/

guava-16.0.1.jar

Below example will show how much time it takes by BigDecimal – creating the object and setting the scale.
you can get the different time elapsed format like min, sec, mill, nano etc.

TimeUnit.NANOSECONDS

Now run below example –

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