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Time settings in MS Access

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i am calculating time span for a code to run for comparision with the earlier code. i want to check whether the difference can be calculated in miliseconds. i am using microsoft access for the application. as the time settings for ms access permit "seconds" as smallest scale i am not able to calculate time in milliseconds(datediff function is used). can i get it in milliseconds?
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Aapkaahmad earned 60 total points
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Hi there, try the link below, it explains how to calculate time elapsed between two times (USING MILLISECONDS)

http://www.tek-tips.com/gfaqs.cfm/pid/705/fid/2292

Goodluck!
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by:Neadom Tucker
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The other options is to try the microsoft artical on high resolution timing

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;172338

HTH
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