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Timing

Hello,

My code needs to calculate a value every half second for  40 seconds.  I
was considering using select as a fixed time value.  Is it possible to
use select like this with no FD associated with it?   Is there a better
method?

Thanks,
Richard

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Richard
6/23/2003 10:21:01 PM
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"Richard Harris" <rharris@kahuna.sdsu.edu> wrote in message
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> My code needs to calculate a value every half second for  40 seconds.  I
> was considering using select as a fixed time value.  Is it possible to
> use select like this with no FD associated with it?   Is there a better
> method?

    Yes, this is a perfectly reasonable way to use 'select'. You may find
that 'usleep' or 'nanosleep' is a better option. Just be careful that you
don't accumulate error. Your .5 second sleep may well wind up sleeping for
..503 seconds (worse if the system is heavily loaded). If you take .02
seconds to do the computation, after 40 seconds, you'll be running about a
second late.

    You may prefer to use 'setitimer'. You could also use 'poll' just like
'select', with no file descriptors.

    DS


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David
6/24/2003 3:10:29 AM
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