Display time of accounts connection on a system

ac -p
Works on CentOS ad OpenBSD too, display time of accounts connection on a system, -p option print individual user's statistics.
Sample Output
# ac -p
        nastic                               1.17
        root                                22.67
        total                               23.83

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