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DateTime control in MFC which takes upto milliseconds

Posted on 2004-09-14
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Hi,

I want to a MFC date time control which can take milliseconds, seconds, minutes & hrs into consideration. I am aware of only CDateTimeCtrl in vc++, but this cannot take milliseconds. I also need to extract time from such a control and do <,>,== comparisions. Can anyone please help me?

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Madhavi
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You need to code your own control (or have a separate edit box for the millisecond).

Have a look at SYSTEMTIME for storing/manipulating the times.
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wYear
Specifies the current year. The year must be greater than 1601.
Windows XP: The year cannot be greater than 30827.

wMonth
Specifies the current month; January = 1, February = 2, and so on.
wDayOfWeek
Specifies the current day of the week; Sunday = 0, Monday = 1, and so on.
wDay
Specifies the current day of the month.
wHour
Specifies the current hour.
wMinute
Specifies the current minute.
wSecond
Specifies the current second.
wMilliseconds
Specifies the current millisecond.
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