Calculates cost of electricity.
How to use
$ kwh-cost [OPTIONS] price wattage interval [interval ..]
-v, --version to show program's version; and
-h, --help to show usage of a program.
price is a price per kWh.
wattage is how many Watts being consumed.
interval is for how long.
interval is in seconds, but you can specify a unit. Units are the following:
m for minutes;
h for hours; and
d for days. There could be as many
intervals passed as you need.
Here is an example:
$ kwh-cost 3.83 120 30d 2h
Will give 331.83.
P.S.: Yeah, I pay 3.83 rubles per kWh. Which is just $0.05. :)
make to build a program, and then
make install to copy executable in
/usr/bin/. Later, use
make uninstall to delete it, or just delete
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pacman -U command.