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I was thinking about writing in my program a loop with in it sleep(   ( 60 * 30 ) * 1000 ) in order to make my program wait 30 minuts... and then do the loop again.

But I read that the function check every 10 ms if the sleep is ended... is there a way to optimize what I want to do ? 

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that's true but it is not effective... I find it hard to manage... I was doing it still yesterday. But I prefer to code something...

I don't know Jos, maybe it is a lot of computation to do so... I just want to preserve my computer :)

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11 minutes ago, sleinininono said:

I don't know Jos, maybe it is a lot of computation to do so... I just want to preserve my computer :)

So you basically are asking to optimise something you do not know whether it needs any optimization....  curious to say the least!


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23 minutes ago, Jos said:

Optimize how? Does it use any CPU resource when the Sleep() is active?

Jos

It's obvious his cpu needs sleeping pills to get some proper rest.


 

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4 minutes ago, sleinininono said:

very funny hahahah, but can you please answer me ^_^? It would be great to know if I do need to do anything?

Ok, for the last time: What is it that need to be optimised and you are having issues with or else please do not bother us with these phantom issues?

Jos

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but I don't know what to add. I wanted to know if there is a way to bypass the fact that it is checking whether the time is finished every 10 ms if I'm asking the program to wait 30 min ! Is it or not ? Is it even useful to wonder such questions?

that's what I'm asking ;)

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Ok, so you do not have any problem, just the hearsay that this is happening but you have no clue what that means. sweet..
Here you go: The answer is No 

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@sleinininono Why not just use

AdlibRegister

to execute your function every 30 minute. And sleep anytime ?

You wont need any optimisation... the code will just be run with your wait configuration without a sleep.

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@caramen, Why are you making suggestions about something that isn't asked? 
Please let it rest as the OP clearly doesn't have any issue but was guessing. 

*click* before this get even more attention.


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