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Hello, I am now currently working on a project that requires precise timing(milliseconds), I tried the "real_time_clock", "second_counter", "second_counter", but they are not really accurate, is there a way that you can precisely time. I know there is a program actually allows you to time super precisely "StopwatchCE but the source code had disappeared. Can anyone help me?
Waaangyi wrote:
Hello, I am now currently working on a project that requires precise timing(milliseconds), I tried the "real_time_clock", "second_counter", "second_counter", but they are not really accurate, is there a way that you can precisely time. I know there is a program actually allows you to time super precisely "StopwatchCE but the source code had disappeared. Can anyone help me?


Can't you email the creator of the StopWatchCE, and ask for the source. Alternatively, you could use the Cemetech Source Coder to convert the file back to asm. Also, I feel that the StopWatchCE program works sufficiently well enough to use, rather than have to make another one, but if you want to, go for it.
Just send a PM to the creator. They can help you out.
rohanmodi wrote:
Waaangyi wrote:
Hello, I am now currently working on a project that requires precise timing(milliseconds), I tried the "real_time_clock", "second_counter", "second_counter", but they are not really accurate, is there a way that you can precisely time. I know there is a program actually allows you to time super precisely "StopwatchCE but the source code had disappeared. Can anyone help me?


Can't you email the creator of the StopWatchCE, and ask for the source. Alternatively, you could use the Cemetech Source Coder to convert the file back to asm. Also, I feel that the StopWatchCE program works sufficiently well enough to use, rather than have to make another one, but if you want to, go for it.

I tried, but when I download the file and put on my calculator, it did not work and caused a ram clear
How exactly did you try to disassemble it? AFAIK, you cannot in SourceCoder.
Waaangyi wrote:
Hello, I am now currently working on a project that requires precise timing(milliseconds), I tried the "real_time_clock", "second_counter", "second_counter", but they are not really accurate, is there a way that you can precisely time. I know there is a program actually allows you to time super precisely "StopwatchCE but the source code had disappeared. Can anyone help me?

Did you even look at those examples? You can make it as accurate as possible if you actually bothered to see how they work.
MateoConLechuga wrote:
Waaangyi wrote:
Hello, I am now currently working on a project that requires precise timing(milliseconds), I tried the "real_time_clock", "second_counter", "second_counter", but they are not really accurate, is there a way that you can precisely time. I know there is a program actually allows you to time super precisely "StopwatchCE but the source code had disappeared. Can anyone help me?

Did you even look at those examples? You can make it as accurate as possible if you actually bothered to see how they work.

Indeed, if I try to change numbers a little bit, it would work, thank you for your advice
Waaangyi wrote:
Indeed, if I try to change numbers a little bit, it would work, thank you for your advice

There's even an example called 'stopwatch'. I don't know how much easier this could be; you should have been done months ago.
MateoConLechuga wrote:
Waaangyi wrote:
Indeed, if I try to change numbers a little bit, it would work, thank you for your advice

There's even an example called 'stopwatch'. I don't know how much easier this could be; you should have been done months ago.


Let's be fair now, that demo was created in response to this thread. So until the toolchain release 2 weeks ago with the example, he didn't have a *great* example to start from.

(And sorry Waaangyi for nobody having mentioned this for the 2 weeks that it was out until now)
  
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