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select() ignoring timeval argument
I am new to this thread.
I am using select() in my code.
my code snippet:
twait.tv_sec = 0;
twait.tv_usec = THIRTY_MILLISECONDS;
pollfds2_count = select (0, readfds, writefds,exceptfds, &twait);
From one of the support forums i came to know that select() will return immediately even timeval parameter set to "non zero" or non NULL values. Am i correct? (They mentioned a possible bug in windows).
For our application to work correctly select should wait for THIRTY_MILLISECONDS.
How can i ensure that?
How sleep will help?
Please help me.
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