Thread: Borland Builder Timing

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    Borland Builder Timing

    I am using borland C++ builder, and I need to be able to time my program and make sure it runs at the same speed on all machines. I've searched the help files and can't find anything useful. I tried using a pointer to the memory address
    0x0000046C, that's supposed to be an internal 18.2 Mhz clock right? Whatever it is, the program crashes when it tries to access it. Can anyone help?

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    Ethereal Raccoon Procyon's Avatar
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    Is there any reason you can't just use the timer functions in time.h?

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