sleeping for time under the millisecond 
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 sleeping for time under the millisecond

Hi everybody,

I build an application that send frames on a Local Network. To control
the traffic on the media, the soft send frames with different lenghts
but as i am limited to 1510 bytes frames (ethernet) i want to control
the delay between frames sent. But i don't know how fixing the delay
with a time under the millisecond.

May anybody help me?

Thanks in advance,

                                Alexandre Josse



Sat, 13 Jan 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 sleeping for time under the millisecond

Quote:

> Hi everybody,

> I build an application that send frames on a Local Network. To control
> the traffic on the media, the soft send frames with different lenghts
> but as i am limited to 1510 bytes frames (ethernet) i want to control
> the delay between frames sent. But i don't know how fixing the delay
> with a time under the millisecond.

> May anybody help me?

> Thanks in advance,

>                            Alexandre Josse


<Jack>

There are no sleep functions in standard C.  You have to use platform specific
extensions.  Try a Win32 programming newsgroup or check your WinAPI reference.

</Jack>



Sun, 14 Jan 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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