milliseconds on Windows
Tue Oct 23 17:32:00 GMT 2007
On Tue, 23 Oct 2007, Robert D. Holtz - Lists wrote:
> If you're feeling frisky it's also possible to write a low level routine
> that hooks the hardware clock and uses it for retrieving the time.
Or simply use QueryPerformanceCounter.
> This clock does go down to microsecond granularity.
Sure, there are lots of solutions to measuring time more accurately.
The solution I provided is better suited for scheduling processes as
accurately as Windows allows.
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