Getting millisecond-precision time out of a Time object?
Is there any way to get a millisecond-precision time (hh:mm:ss.sss)
out of a Time object?
Time class's toString() method only returns the time at one-second
precision (hh:mm:ss), which is not accurate enough for my purposes.
-Aki "Sus" Laukkanen
On Wed, 03 Nov 2004 17:48:21 +0200, Aki "Sus" Laukkanen wrote:
> Is there any way to get a millisecond-precision time (hh:mm:ss.sss)
> out of a Time object?
...errr. Are you referring to java.sql.Time?
It's super-class, java.util.Date, has getTime() that provides msec.
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> which is not accurate enough for my purposes.
I don't know how deep you want to go into precision, but just a hint:
Windows system time quant is 50ms, this is the smallest quant you can get
any *real* results. Below that you are getting the bogus = (myTime mod 50) +
a spice from the floating part of the number (to do not show all zeros at
the end every time).
I don't know about the quant on Unix and Mac, but is also *definitely* not
1ms and of course not 1ns
(And I saw some guys seriously extending default stuff to work with
picosecs, which is really... sad).
On Wed, 3 Nov 2004 18:09:56 +0100, VK wrote:
> (And I saw some guys seriously extending default stuff to work ...time in milliseconds by calling time.time()
I am trying to measure some system response time by using the time.time
() or time.clock() in my script. However, the numbers I get are in
10s of milliseconds.
1248481670.34 #from time.time()
0.08 #from time.clock()
That won't work for me, since the response time may be only a few
My environment is Solaris 10 with Python 2.4.4 (#7, Feb 9 2007,
SunOS 5.10 Generic_137112-07 i86pc i386 i86pc
The tricky thing is, if I run the python interpreter and import the
time module, I can get a time floating number in better precision by
cal...Getting current time in milliseconds
I'm on a Mac OS 10.5.6 with Perl 5.8.8. From a shell script (/bin/
sh), do you know how I could use perl to get the current time in
milliseconds (or microseconds) and store the value in a shell
Thanks, - Dave
laredotornado <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm on a Mac OS 10.5.6 with Perl 5.8.8. From a shell script (/bin/
> sh), do you know how I could use perl to get the current time in
> milliseconds (or microseconds) and store the value in a shell...getting elapsed time in milliseconds
I need to know how to get the elapsed time in milliseconds. I tried
double dif = difftime(end, start);
but this only returns the elapsed time in seconds.
So how can I get it in milliseconds?
Thanks for hlep
Thomas Baier wrote:
> I need to know how to get the elapsed time in milliseconds. I tried
> So how can I get it in milliseconds?
By a high resolution timer facility provided by your operating system, if it
provides one. Not possible to do only usin...getting elapsed time with accuracy in milliseconds
I've a requirement to find the elapsed time between two function
calls. I need to find the time elapsed accurate to 1 millisecond.
The problem I'm facing right now is that, I'm using the 'time()'
function call for the purpose and regardless of how many time I invoke
the function within my program, I get the same output!!!
For better clarity consider the code snippet below.
start_time = time(NULL);
printf(" - time elapsed: %li.\n", time(NULL) - start_time);
// the above statement always returns the value 0...timing response times in milliseconds
I'm using an access xp form to present stimuli which participants in
an experiment must respond to as quickly as they can. I need to time
their responses as accurately as possible. At the moment I have a
timer with interval set to 1 and increment a variable by 1 each timer
event then compare the time of presentation with the time of the
keypress. However this is very inaccurate bacuse the timer event
doesn't actually happen this often, it seems to me to be quite
irregular and unless I set the interval to something much slower (e.g.
500 ms) it doesn't seem to be able to keep up. It's crucial that I can
accuratly measure response times to at least 10 ms.
Don't use a timer at all. Instead use a module level variable to hold
the time when the stimuli is presented. The difference between that
and the time of the response event would give the response interval.
On 31 May 2004 04:19:34 -0700, email@example.com (Sha Crawford)
>I'm using an access xp form to present stimuli which participants in
>an experiment must respond to as quickly as they can. I need to time
>their responses as accurately as possible. At the moment I have a
>timer with interval set to 1 and increment a variable by 1 each timer
>event then compare the time of presentation with the time of the
>keypress. However this is very inaccurate bacuse the timer event
>doesn't actually happen this often, it seems to me to be quite
>irre...time manipulation getting invalid times
I have a script that deals with time in hours, minures, seconds and
milliconds. Initially I was using the round function from Math::Round
It was working fine then I noticed I was getting an error occasionaly.
Turned out it was when the seconds were 59 and the milliseconds were
above 500, I was rounding the minutes from 59 to 60 yeilding invalid
times like 13 minutes and 60 seconds instead of 14 minutes and 00
$lines = 00:13:59,934
my $roundedSeconds = sprintf("%02d",(round(substr($lines,-6))));
Using the round function from Math...How do I get time in another time zone ??
I'm in the UK using British Summer Time (BST). I'd like to get the time
in New York (EDT). I believe there is an option to 'clock' to change the
time zone, but any combination I try gives the wrong result.
This is what I have:
set foobar [clock format [clock seconds]]
Ideally, I'd like to get the time in this format:
Sun Oct 19 17:38:07 EDT (New York time)
I can obviously add '(New York time)'. Any suggestions how I can get the
time in the EDT timezone, and ideally in the format shown.
> I'm in the UK using British Summer Time (BST). I'd like to get the time
> in New York (EDT). I believe there is an option to 'clock' to change the
> time zone, but any combination I try gives the wrong result.
You most likely want something like:
clock format [clock seconds] -format "%x %X %Z" \
-timezone :America/New_York -locale en_US
You'll notice that -locale deals with punctuation differences (and
details like month-first vs. day-of-month-first), while -timezone
deals specifically with time zone.
-locale and -timezone need Tcl 8.5 or later. If you're stuck
on 8.4, you can either play games with $env(TZ) or get the
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...using time.gov to get the current time
Is there any way to get the current time from time.gov using urllib2 or som=
Does anyone have any examples of doing this?
...How to get simulink simulation time to be the same as actual time.
I am using trying to use simulink as a controller for an experiment using a data acquisition board to read in instrument signals and send out command signals real time. I am having a few issues and I believe that all of these could be resolved if I could just get the simulation time to be real time. What I mean is that if I use a fixed time step of .01 seconds and have a simulation time of 10 seconds then I want the simulation to last 10 seconds and have a delay of .01 seconds between each time step. Is there a way to do this or is there a tutorial I should read for how t...Get the date time from Oracle date time stamp?????
I am using crystal reports to attempt to extract information from this
database but I need to know which records were last updated. I have
managed to find a field in Oracle and its value is based on a trigger
function as shown below
select TIMESTAMP_SEQ.nextval into :new.NURS_TIMESTAMP from dual;
This at 9.45am (UK) on 05/09/2003 generated a value of 5,048,868
My main expertise is in SQL Server, my question is can I reverse
engineer this value to calculate the time? Or is it like an identity
field in SQL server (i.e. An automatic incremental counter)
I would really appreciate any help or pointers to some good web
> I am using crystal reports to attempt to extract information from this
> database but I need to know which records were last updated. I have
> managed to find a field in Oracle and its value is based on a trigger
> function as shown below
> select TIMESTAMP_SEQ.nextval into :new.NURS_TIMESTAMP from dual;
> This at 9.45am (UK) on 05/09/2003 generated a value of 5,048,868
> My main expertise is in SQL Server, my question is can I reverse
> engineer this value to calculate the time? Or is it like an identity
> field in SQL server (i.e. An automatic incremental counter)
> I would really appreciate any help or pointers to some good web
Oracle dates are always WITH time!
The ...Where does he get the time!!!!???
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Jan 10 Mar 17 : Rollo firstname.lastname@example.org ...how to get wallclock time between any two events (not simulation time ) in vhdl
The problem is that i want to know how much real time has elapsed
between two events that have occured .
if an assignment a<= 0 occurs at simulation time =0s and real time =
and the assignment a<= 1fs occurs at simulation time = 1s and real
time = 1 day (just say the processor is very slow)
so i want to get the answer 1 day and not 1fs
one option that i thought was of writing a file at both the points and
thereby getting 2 files with different time stamp but it is very
crude method and would consume lot of space if i want to do
I am using modelsim so any such ...how do i get time
how do i get the date? i know that today is 4/1/2008 by using the get date/time function..but how do i make a string for 4make a string for 1make a string for 2008
try this: <a href="http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361D-01/glang/format_date_time_string/" target="_blank">http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361D-01/glang/format_date_time_string/</a>
yeah..that was my first try.. %m = 04%d = 01%y = 08can i get 2008 instead of 08?anyway to do that?
got it..use %Y instead of %ythank you for the quick response!Message Edited by krispiekream on 04-01-2008 08:07 PM
...How come I get in textbox long time, while set to short time
How come I get the time in hrs/min/sec while the with the mask input
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With mask 00:00 only no other effect.
Also in the table properties the field is set to Short Time.
An "Input Mask" is used to structure input, not to format display... the
Format property of the Textbox should be set to the format you want. Masks
seem "quirky" to many users, and I avoid them when possible; my users would
rather get an error message and an opportunity to correct, than to have
their cursor set in the middle of the mask if they don't click on the very
rightmost part of the box.
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> How come I get the time in hrs/min/sec while the with the mask input
> wizard I get 00:00;0;_ as mask. Other similar textboxes give the right
> input (hrs/min)
> With mask 00:00 only no other effect.
> Also in the table properties the field is set to Short Time.
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Try to close mathematica windows.
> HI, all,
> whenever I run the two programs, my laptop will stop response and
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Roger Chou <firstname.lastname@example.org> w...Re: [ntp:questions] Re: How application get precise time from Win NT/XP system time that synchronies to NTP
----- Original Message Follows -----
> If my application polls the system time once every tick, i.e. 10
> millisecond, can I get nanosecond resolution and accuracy that NTP can
The simple answer is no way. The more complicated answer is that you
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> i want to get the time spent by any thread on win32
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Mumps language use $H for current date and time. Can someone give me some =
suggestion how to save date and time in database, save it as daea,time (lik=
e $H), or date*86400+time (this has problem with the day light saving retur=
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On Tuesday, 17 July 2012 09:45:27 UTC+10, Andy wrote:
> Mumps language use $H for current date and time. Can someone give me som=
e suggestion how to save date and time in database, save it as daea,time (l=
ike $H), or date*86400+time (this has problem with the day light saving ret=
urn date since time is more than 86400 that day). Also how to get and save=
the time zone information in Mumps. Thanks a in advance.
In MUMPS, date/time should always be stored in $H form. The source of time=
zone info depends on your O/S. For example on linux,
raspberrypi:~> more /etc/timezone=20
In article <email@example.com>,
Andy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Mumps language use $H for current date and time. Can someone give me some
>suggestion how to save date and time in database, save it as daea,time (like $H),
>or date*86400+time (this has problem with the day light saving return date since
>time is more than 86400 that day).
Thats not due to daylight savin...