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From: tdu AT enter DOT net (Tim Updegrove)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: uclock erratic
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Thank-you DJ and Eli for pointing me to version 2.03.  It seems to
have fixed my problem.

I have a related question or two.  First, will uclock be reliable in
Windows 98 SE?  If no, is clock() reliable in Windows 98 SE?

Lastly, I'm using uclock() to provide a delay or wait function.  I
just noticed usleep() in the archives last night.  Should I be using
this function instead of uclock to provide a delay?  If yes, is usleep
reliable in Windows 98 SE?

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