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Can anyone write a piece of code where thread sleeps every 5 minutes. calculate elapsed time (each time get the system time and compare with the last value )(hours, minutes,seconds)
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elapsed time of what?
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by:cutie_smily
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get system time every 5 minutes and calculate the difference in time from the last time you got the system date
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why wouldn't it be 5 minutes :)

long a = System.currentTimeInMillis();
Thread.sleep(5*60*1000);
long b = System.currentTimeInMillis();

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for instance now the system time is 8:55:40

after 5 minutes

system time will be 9:00:40

time diffrence= 5 minutes.

a program to calculate time difference..
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long a = System.currentTimeInMillis();
Thread.sleep(5*60*1000);
long b = System.currentTimeInMillis();

b - a = the elapsed milliseconds.  You can calculate from there.
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> use whjat i posted above
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