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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 4/5
Section - - How can I time events with finer resolution than the system clock's 55 ms (about 18 ticks a second)?

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Date: 8 Feb 2002 20:19:05 -0400

 The PC Timing FAQ / Application Note, maintained by Kris Heidenstrom
 (kheidenstrom@actrix.gen.nz), contains information relating to timing
 with PC hardware and software. It can be found on SimTel:
 <http://www.simtel.net/pub/pd/46935.html>

 The following files, among others, are downloadable from SimTel in the
 <http://www.simtel.net/pub/msdos/sysutl/> directory:

   atim.zip       4783  881126  Precision program timing for AT

 In the <http://www.simtel.net/pub/msdos/c/> directory:

   millisec.zip   37734  911205  MSC/asm src for millisecond timing
   mschrt3.zip    53708  910605  High-res timer toolbox for MSC 5.1
   msec_12.zip    8484   920320  High-def timer v1.2 (C,ASM)
   ztimer11.zip  77625  920428  Microsecond timer for C, C++, ASM

 For Turbo Pascal users, source and object code are downloadable as:
 <ftp://garbo.uwasa.fi/pc/turbopas/>

 Also see "Q: How is millisecond timing done?" in FAQPAS.TXT,
 downloadable as part of: <ftp://garbo.uwasa.fi/pc/link/>

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