QwtSystemClock (3) - Linux Man Pages
Public Member Functions
QwtSystemClock provides high resolution clock time functions.
Sometimes the resolution offered by QTime ( millisecond ) is not accurate enough for implementing time measurements ( f.e. sampling ). QwtSystemClock offers a subset of the QTime functionality using higher resolution timers ( if possible ).
Precision and time intervals are multiples of milliseconds (ms).
- The implementation uses high-resolution performance counter on Windows, mach_absolute_time() on the Mac or POSIX timers on other systems. If none is available it falls back on QTimer.
Member Function Documentation
double QwtSystemClock::elapsed () const
- Number of milliseconds that have elapsed since the last time start() or restart() was called or 0.0 for null clocks.
bool QwtSystemClock::isNull () const
- true if the clock has never been started.
double QwtSystemClock::restart ()Set the start time to the current time
- Time, that is elapsed since the previous start time.
void QwtSystemClock::start ()Sets the start time to the current time.
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