C 言語関数:GetThreadTimes サンプルコード

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TITLE : Why GetThreadTimes is wrong - Jochen Kalmbach's WebLog
GetThreadTimes(hThread[i], &ftCreate, &ftExit, &ftKernel, &ftUser);.......
http://blog.kalmbachnet.de/@postid=28


TITLE : GetThreadTimes 関数
BOOL GetThreadTimes(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/cc429147.aspx
TITLE : GetThreadTimes function (Windows)
BOOL WINAPI GetThreadTimes(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/windows/desktop/ms683237(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : c++ - How to get the cpu usage per thread on windows (win32) - Stack Overflow
getthreadtimes(Handle,creationtime,exittime,kerneltime,usertime);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1393006/how-to-get-the-cpu-usage-per-thread-on-windows-win32
TITLE : GetThreadTimes • Win32 Programmer's Reference • WinAPI Reference
BOOL GetThreadTimes(.......
http://winapi.freetechsecrets.com/win32/WIN32GetThreadTimes.htm
TITLE : CPUMeter - AC3Filter
CPUMeter uses GetThreadTimes() function to get timing information. It shows the sum of kernel and user times. Important! CPUMeter measures only the processing thread, so it does not work when the filter being measured uses separate worker threads........
http://www.ac3filter.net/wiki/CPUMeter
TITLE : ExecutionStopwatch - CodeProject
long timestamp = GetThreadTimes();.......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/31152/ExecutionStopwatch
TITLE : ExecutionStopwatch - CodeProject
private long GetThreadTimes().......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/31152/ExecutionStopwatch
TITLE : Win32 Performance Measurement Options | Dr Dobb's
The five Win32 timing functions provided by the base API (as implemented in KERNEL32.dll) are GetTickCount, GetSystemTime()/GetSystemTimeAsFileTime() (see the section "System Time"), QueryPerformanceCounter(), GetThreadTimes(), and GetProcessTimes() ? these are shown in Table 1, along with the commonly used timeGetTime() function provided by the Windows MultiMedia API, in WINMM.DLL. (The KERNEL32 functions require linking to kernel32.lib, and timeGetTime() requires linking to winmm.lib.).......
http://www.drdobbs.com/windows/win32-performance-measurement-options/184416651
TITLE : Win32 Performance Measurement Options | Dr Dobb's
On Windows NT operating systems, the GetThreadTimes() and GetProcessTimes() functions provide this information on a per-thread and per-process basis, respectively. These Win32 functions provide four 64-bit values (of type FILETIME) to the caller for the creation time, exit time, current kernel time, and current user time for the given thread/process, measured in 100ns intervals........
http://www.drdobbs.com/windows/win32-performance-measurement-options/184416651
TITLE : efg's Reference Library: Delphi Dates and Times
(Windows NT/2000 only) function GetThreadTimes(hThread: THandle;.......
http://www.efg2.com/Lab/Library/Delphi/DatesAndTimes/index.html
TITLE : Creating Multithreaded Applications | Programming in C++Builder | InformIT
Unfortunately, because of the preemptive behavior of Windows, threads are often interrupted. For this reason, you can't rely on GetTickCount() to retrieve the thread execution time. However, Windows provides the GetThreadTimes() API function, which helps you time your threads:.......
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TITLE : Creating Multithreaded Applications | Programming in C++Builder | InformIT
BOOL GetThreadTimes(.......
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TITLE : Creating Multithreaded Applications | Programming in C++Builder | InformIT
GetThreadTimes() is available only with Windows NT/2000........
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TITLE : Creating Multithreaded Applications | Programming in C++Builder | InformIT
As you can see, GetThreadTimes() uses the FILETIME structure. Before performing arithmetic operations, you must first store the user time information in a LARGE_INTEGER. Then, by subtraction of the 64-bit QuadPart members of the LARGE_INTEGER structure, you could obtain the number of 100 nanoseconds that your code takes to execute. Listing 3.19 illustrates this........
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TITLE : Creating Multithreaded Applications | Programming in C++Builder | InformIT
Listing 3.19 GetThreadTimes() Example.......
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TITLE : Creating Multithreaded Applications | Programming in C++Builder | InformIT
GetThreadTimes((HANDLE)Handle, &CreationTime,.......
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BOOL WINAPI GetThreadTimes(.......
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GetThreadTimes(GetCurrentThread(), &ct, &et, &skt_, &sut_);.......
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GetThreadTimes(GetCurrentThread(), &ct, &et, &fkt_, &fut_);.......
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GetThreadTimes(GetCurrentThread(), &ct, &et, &ekt_, &eut_);.......
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