Thread: object members

  1. #16
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    May 2002
    You know, I've been playing with your wait function and it never would output the cout statement. However this works for me:
    int f_wait(float SecondsToWait)
        clock_t delay = SecondsToWait * CLOCKS_PER_SEC; //convert to clock tics 
        clock_t start = clock(); 
        while(clock() - start < delay) 
        return 1;

  2. #17
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    yup, i realized that what made it print was an <<endl after the cout<<"blah". but i haven't a clue how it works. i stole that function from c_coder (some brit on the board now and again).
    i haven't yet studied the time.h library--i think that's atleast a month away yet.

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