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hello everyone
i want to know how can i obtain time now without use class DateTime

i try to create my special class date

thanks for your answer Smile | :)
Posted 17-Nov-12 18:17pm
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 18-Nov-12 0:16am
   
Why without?! :-)
What would be the purpose of this class?
--SA
Pro Idiot at 18-Nov-12 2:01am
   
Same qs :) , Why not use an existing function

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Solution 1

If you are using a .NET language, then you should use .NET functions - you could get the time by PInvoke of GetSystemTime[^]:
[DllImport("kernel32.dll")]
static extern void GetSystemTime(out SYSTEMTIME lpSystemTime);
But then you need to declare the SYSTEMTIME structure and process it yourself.
    [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential)]
    public class SystemTime
    {
       public ushort year;
       ...
       public ushort milliseconds;
    }
Providing a wrapper class for the DateTime.Now property would be a better solution.
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