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php can execute other programs - you will have to launch the curaEngine from within php - wait for it to finish and then examine the output and locate the time. This is advanced programming and not easy for a beginner.

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Sorry - you should be asking these kinds of things on a php forum not here. If you play with curaEngine and examine the output and then have questions about that - then maybe this forum is appropriate. I think you need someone who is more advanced with php than yourself.

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