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ronald zook
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im writing a program that parses data from a log file. each line in the log is either a process wit a start time or an end time for one of the started processes. i already figured out how to print all the start times but i cant wrap my head around how to pull out the end time for each of the started processes. i want to put all the end times in a hashmap and iterate thru to find the end times for each process. the end times are usually within an hour of the start time. thanks in advance
Jesper de Jong
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Please don't ask the same question multiple times.
You already asked the same question in your other thread.


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