you might want to add this to each of the scripts and see:
//very first line of the script
echo "Script started at:" . date("D M j g:i:s T Y");
//very last line of the script
echo "Script ended at:" . date("D M j g:i:s T Y");

btw, check the microtime() it have exatly what you're looking for.

Greetings from Lebanon ;)

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> Is there a way to compare between two scripts ?
> like how much time took every script or how much memory/resources it used.
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