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How to create a timer from system date to a specified date and reverse counter of time to the notify a message on a new window?( on linux & windows )
Posted 4-Jul-12 20:15pm
smss IR407
What's the problem? Why a timer, not thread?
Member 8238193 5-Jul-12 2:24am
problem this is i don't know how can i get the system date, and the system time, and how to the specifying a second. and of course, how to create a window for messaging.
Mohibur Rashid 5-Jul-12 3:05am
Are you planning to build a scheduler?
Member 8238193 5-Jul-12 16:19pm
Yeah, i wanna to build a program to computing the expiring date with the issued time.
ryanb31 5-Jul-12 11:19am
It sounds like you do not know how to program at all? If so, you'll need to get a book first. There is too much to learn that we can't give you every step here.
Member 8238193 5-Jul-12 16:22pm
No no no, my problem this is: I don't know how can i get the system time, and the time, and how to open a window for messaging with the user.
jkirkerx 6-Jul-12 16:58pm
So the system time is not the current time?
Member 8238193 7-Jul-12 0:07am
No, system time is current.
jkirkerx 7-Jul-12 0:25am
Just messing with you.

working with time is not that hard. But you need to write some code to start out with, and then ask questions.

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Solution 1

Can't speak for Linux, but on Windows you can look into
Look in MSDN under the topic "Time Management".
Member 8238193 24-Jul-12 15:19pm

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