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I am trying to implement a simple chess clock. It should have the following options: start, stop, reset, read.
Reset will set the time to zero
Start will start the clock
Stop will stop the clock
My problem is that I want that start continues counting
the time from the time it had when it... (6 Replies)
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the below shown clock manipulation works well in Linux machine which has TCL 8.5. But when i use the same on the SunOS which has the TCL8.4 , I am getting the error "bad switch "-format": must be -base or -gmt".
For some reason, I am not able to upgrade my TCL 8.4 to 8.5 in SunOS.
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Is it possible to display the clock (timing) on the screen all the time. (3 Replies)
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using namespace std;
clock_t start = clock();
clock_t end = clock();
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Hey everyone! Can someone help me, i need to make a program using awk, that displays the current time (hh/mm/ss), i would really apreciate it! Thanks!
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Need your help in solving some tricky problems.
Since clock() as such is buggy on SUN OS 5 we have started using gettimeofday() in our RTOS applications based on Solaris 9.
The problems we actually encountered previously were - the applications kind of freeze/hang eternally on... (1 Reply)
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We had a AIX box built last year but was set to the correct GMT time, but using DST time zone. In march this year the clocks went forward without issues. (if I remember a couple of weeks early due to the DST zone)
This year we decided to change the clock to the correct time zone before... (0 Replies)
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i need a program to get the CPU ticks at certain points of my program. So, i thought about using the clock function, but i'm having a hard time figuring out how it really works. I wrote this simple program to try to understand it but it made me feel more confused:
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Is it not possible to get the "Digital" clock in KDE 3.3 to show am or pm?
Well I just noticed the plain clock setting is the only one that shows it. (2 Replies)
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