I have the following situation:
CTime startTime = CTime::GetCurrentTime();// ... perform time-consuming task ...
CTime endTime = CTime::GetCurrentTime();
CTimeSpan elapsedTime = endTime - startTime;
The problem is that the time calculated, is the actual time, I want the time spent only on the task. for example if I move from the program and launch something else. I dont want to include that time. I know how to it in Unix but how can I do it here under NT
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