C language function:GetSystemTimeAdjustment sample codes

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TITLE : SetSystemTimeAdjustment function (Windows)
BOOL WINAPI GetSystemTimeAdjustment(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/windows/desktop/ms724394(v=vs.85).aspx


TITLE : c++ - Windows 7 timing functions - How to use GetSystemTimeAdjustment correctly? - Stack Overflow
GetSystemTimeAdjustment(&dwTimeAdjustment, &dwTimeIncrement, &fAdjustmentDisabled);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7685762/windows-7-timing-functions-how-to-use-getsystemtimeadjustment-correctly
TITLE : c++ - Windows 7 timing functions - How to use GetSystemTimeAdjustment correctly? - Stack Overflow
GetSystemTimeAdjustment() returns the clock interrupt period through the 2nd argument. 156001 on my machine, as expected and documented. This appears to be controversial so I just deleted it. ? Hans Passant Jul 31 '12 at 18:36.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7685762/windows-7-timing-functions-how-to-use-getsystemtimeadjustment-correctly
TITLE : c++ - Windows 7 timing functions - How to use GetSystemTimeAdjustment correctly? - Stack Overflow
I can't find those comments in the linked MSDN document. However, the granularity of GetSystemTimeAsFileTime() is given by the TimeIncrement returned by GetSystemTimeAdjustment(). This should not be mixed up with the capability of the system file time to represent 100ns units. ? Arno Aug 2 '12 at 17:05.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7685762/windows-7-timing-functions-how-to-use-getsystemtimeadjustment-correctly
TITLE : Timer surprises, and how to avoid them - CodeProject
This calls the Win32 function GetSystemTimeAdjustment() and returns the period of the system timer. I have tried this on a couple of PCs and got values of 10 and 15 - 16 milliseconds; I also recall this function returned 55 to 60 msec on an old Pentium II machine running Windows 98 (which also could run .NET!). So the message is twofold: the number may vary, and it is well above 1 msec, so this is not the way to achieve the best timing resolution........
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/17474/Timer-surprises-and-how-to-avoid-them
TITLE : PEP 418 -- Add monotonic time, performance counter, and process time functions | Python.org
GetTickCount() and GetTickCount64() are monotonic, cannot fail and are not adjusted by SetSystemTimeAdjustment(). MSDN documentation: GetTickCount(), GetTickCount64(). The resolution can be read using GetSystemTimeAdjustment()........
http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0418/
TITLE : PEP 418 -- Add monotonic time, performance counter, and process time functions | Python.org
The system time can be read using GetSystemTimeAsFileTime(), ftime() and time(). The resolution of the system time can be read using GetSystemTimeAdjustment()........
http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0418/
TITLE : PEP 418 -- Add monotonic time, performance counter, and process time functions | Python.org
* Windows: GetProcessTimes(). The resolution can be read using GetSystemTimeAdjustment()........
http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0418/
TITLE : PEP 418 -- Add monotonic time, performance counter, and process time functions | Python.org
* Windows: GetThreadTimes(). The resolution can be read using GetSystemTimeAdjustment()........
http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0418/
TITLE : Microsecond Resolution Time Services for Windows
BOOL WINAPI GetSystemTimeAdjustment(.......
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TITLE : Microsecond Resolution Time Services for Windows
BOOL WINAPI GetSystemTimeAdjustment(.......
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