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Default Calculate two times to find out how long they stay

I give students a quiz to take on my site and when the results are sent back to the page it shows score etc but it also shows two times; the time they stated the test and the time they ended the test, is there any way to take those two times and use javascript to calculate how long they took doing the test?
for example:
Here's how the quiz shows the test:
Your Start Time: 2004年1朁E0日 9:31:54
Your End Time: 2004年1朁E0日 9:32:07
It would be nice to show the student that they took 13 seconds doing the test. Is that possible?
But as you see there may be one problem, I'm on a Japanese computer and the times a shown with Japanese characters in it that may then be difficult for Javascript I don't know.
My be there is another way to show the student how long they took, E.G. if I take the time from the server.
But how do I do it?
Here is a demo of the site:
http://www.plcyber.com/members/demo
the ID is: demo and password: demo to log in.
When you're there Just click on the most left hand button of the tool bar to begin the test. And forgive me my site is a long way from being finished :)
Best regards,
Edward
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