Time in milliseconds?

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    Time in milliseconds?

    Is there a way to get time in milliseconds or time something in milliseconds? I've had no luck so far, maybe someone can help...

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    Yep, use the function timeGetTime(); Which returns the time since windows started, in milliseconds. Link to the library winmm.lib and include windows.h

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    *sigh* I answered my own question... sorry

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    Originally posted by MrWizard
    Yep, use the function timeGetTime(); Which returns the time since windows started, in milliseconds. Link to the library winmm.lib and include windows.h
    Thanks! That worked better than the way I found!
    Last edited by d00b; 08-05-2002 at 09:37 PM.

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