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( *First, let me say that I was torn between "Developer Chat" and "General Help and Support"; if I'm in the wrong tree let me know. )

Is there a way ( i.e, native AutoIt code, DllCall, etc ) to obtain a cycle count for a given process? More specifically, the total number of cycles from start to finish?

I need something a little more accurate than TimerInit/TimerDiff.

I do not believe "QueryPerformanceCounter" would suffice given a multi-threaded environment could introduce some variances.

I am using Windows XP Pro so "QueryProcessCycleTime" is out as well ( darn ).

Anyone have any ideas or alternative ways to obtain reliable benchmarks?

Thanks in advance,


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