Note: I do not need a timer I need a class to do Date Time math
The CTime class in MFC is only accurate to the second.
In .NET I can initalize a CDateTime to yyyy-mm-dd HH:MM:SS.uuuuuuu where uuuu are microseconds. I can also .add(ticks) where ticks are 100 nanosecond increments
why: I read data stored by test equipment the data values are Date Time stamped to the microsecond as ASCII strings. I need to be able to do math to determine differences that may be less than a second. I also need to format output strings that will look like the input strings
Anyone know of a VC++ class that will fit the criteria
needs overloaded operators, copy constructures etc.
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