[concurrency-interest] Clock at micro and nano second precision
Wed, 13 Nov 2002 18:49:47 -0500
To get micro-second time or nano-second time, I would
recommend that you explored a JNI alterantive,
I know that Doug Lea wrote a JNI nonosecond timer
for sparc architecture. You do have to write the
foundation in c or some other language
though. So there is not really a way to do
it in "pure" java, unless you wait.
On Wednesday 13 November 2002 15:12, you wrote:
> I'm very interested in this b/c of the java.lang.Clock
> object's ability to get the currentTime in such small
> units. It appears that there is no implementation
> Is there a way to get micro or nano second time the
> way java.lang.Clock is doing without waiting for the
> new JDK? Or is this something that has to be built
> into the JVM?
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