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How can i know what percentage of CPU is utilized by my program . I am using Netbeans built in profiler .

Can anybody please suggest any ideas .
 
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How about using an operating system command to check that?
 
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Can you please tell me what is that command and how to run that command

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What operating system are you using?
 
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I am using windows XP .Please reply the command and how to use
 
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In Windows I would use Process Explorer for interactive testing, WMI from native code, or ThreadMXBean from within Java.
 
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