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cb30

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How, can i use Time,Gettime and fopen in hi-tech compiler?
It is posible or it is for an other hi-tech kernel?
 

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Hello, cb30

It's not a exact answer but time, gettime and fopen is depend on
your system.
For your reference, here is small information for time() from P@CC.
I hope it can be useful for you.

Good luck.
:roll:

TIME

Synopsis

#include <time.h>

time_t time (time_t * t)


Description

This function is not provided as it is dependant on the target
system supplying the current time. This function will be user implemented.
When implemented, this function should return the current time in seconds
since 00:00:00 on Jan 1, 1970. If the argument t is not equal to NULL ,
the same value is stored into the object pointed to by t .

Example

#include <stdio.h>
#include <time.h>

void main (void)
{
time_t clock;

time(&clock);
printf(" s", ctime(&clock));
}

See Also

ctime(), gmtime(), localtime(), asctime()

Return Value

This routine when implemented will return the current time in
seconds since 00:00:00 on Jan 1, 1970.

Note

The time() routine is not supplied, if required the user will
have to implement this routine to the specifications outlined above.
 

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