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I am new to C and linux.
I am trying to create a system time, set it, and get it.
I need to be able to set the time as seconds epoch. I.e. a 32-bit value of seconds. The function will recieve the time as an uint32.
I need to be able to get the time in seconds too.
In addition, I need to be able to set and get the milliseconds of this time.
I have looked for a way of doing that a lot. But, the more I look, the more confused I get :)
I have looked at time_t and timeb. Milliseconds are in timeb but not in time_t.
Is there a simple way of doing that?
Please let me know if you want to see what coding I have done so far.
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