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    Arrow Return the system time!

    Hi all, is there a way to have the system time using DirectX and C++ to use it in a clock?
    I'm searching for some example.

    Thank you in advanced!

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    Your using DirectX, therefor your using windows. There are plenty functions there. I'm lazy so search the web for <time.h>
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    To clarify the problem!!
    I'm trying to do a clock using the DirectX & C++.
    So I wrote quite everything but now I have a BIG problem, I have to use the system time and apply the hour to the hour hand on the clock and the same for the minute hand.
    I have created a function called SetValue(int valueH, int valueM) that calculates and sets the position on the clock of the hands, but I don't know how can I get the system time.
    Here my control (part of a code):
    Code:
    	static int minute = 0;
    	static int hour = 1;
    	minute++;
    
    	if (minute > 59)
    	{
    		if (hour > 11)
    			hour = 0;
    		hour++;
    		minute = 0;
    	}
    
    	for (i = 0; i < Clock; i++)
    		ClockV.getElement(i)->SetValue(hour, minute);
    By now the hands rotate, but not using the system time!

    Please help me!!
    Last edited by Arkanos; 04-14-2006 at 07:38 AM.

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    Code:
    time_t t = time(0);
      int secs = localtime (&t) -> tm_sec;
      int mins = localtime (&t) -> tm_min;
      int hours = localtime (&t) -> tm_hour;
      int dayofmonth = localtime (&t) -> tm_mday;
      int month = localtime (&t) -> tm_mon;
      int year = localtime (&t) -> tm_year;
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    Thank you, finally I've fixed my problem.
    Really thank you!

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