How to write a timer (gcc C++ on Solaris 10) to repetitively call a function
Have an existing, C++ based system (Solaris 10) which is message-driven (so different functions are called on different events). Whats missing is a time-driven event (say I would like my function Time_Is_Up being called every 100 milliseconds). I assume I need a new thread for that but want to do it in the scope of my main Class to make sure I can utilize other existing functions. How do I do it? (setup the thread, start it etc.)
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