I'm trying to come up with another metric to measure a network devices performance but I pretty much such when it comes to bash.
I'm using curl and outputting %time_total%, which gives me a value like 0.133267s
I used sed 's/.$//' to get rid of the s at the end.
I want to multiply that by 1000 and get rid of the decimal to get me to miliseconds but I'm stumped how. I keep coming up with you can't use floating point math in a bash script..