On a Unix system, I would like to suspend a process for times specified
in tenths of a second. Is this possible with reasonable accuracy?
Yes, it is possible, but it depends on what you mean by "reasonable accuracy",Quote:>On a Unix system, I would like to suspend a process for times specified
>in tenths of a second. Is this possible with reasonable accuracy?
Try usleep() or nap(). If neither can be found on your system, read the man
page for setitimer() or select() to find out how to implement yourself one
if you have elementary notions about Unix system programming.
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Does anyone know why
struct servent *serv;
gives a warning err of incomparible pointer type?
I also can't get rexec to function. It compiles ok....