/usr/bin/time: not the command you think you know
Alistair Roche

You can use env to save some time in typing, plus it’s more comfortable to just type:

env time -l ls -l

Rather than:

/usr/bin/time -l ls -l

Plus, on some Linux distributions, it can be located in /bin/time, or overriden by sysadmin and placed in /usr/local/bin/time.

env deals with all of those.

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