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Hello Again, Two new concerns about G4Timer: 1) All the Get...Time() functions have a return line: return diff/sysconf(_SC_CLK_TCK); But sysconf as it is defined above is: 00057 if( a == _SC_CLK_TCK ) return 1000; 00058 else return 0; Perhaps there should be some protection against a divide by zero error here? 2) The system variable being used, _SC_CLK_TCK: "The number of clock ticks per second; the corresponding macro is CLK_TCK." But various libraries I have seen note the following about CLOCKS_PER_SEC: CLK_TCK is equivalent, but considered obsolete. Perhaps this should be changed? Cheers, Zach
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