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I have two time value in long long format as follows:
long long t1 = 1130;
long long t2 = 2652;

I need to compare these two values that which one is greater.

What I have tried:

I have tried to find out that which time is bigger one.
Updated 27-May-21 4:35am
Patrice T 27-May-21 9:26am    
and you have some code ?
Member 15025528 27-May-21 9:33am    
No Patrice, I don't hae the code
Patrice T 27-May-21 9:38am    
and you know how to compare 2 integers ?
Richard MacCutchan 27-May-21 10:02am    
Use an if statement or a ternary expression.

And why are you using long long types for such small numbers?

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Of course t2 is greater than t1, unless your clock goes backward or unless your clock wrapped around going forward (that's another way to say you did not provide enough info).
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Greg Utas 24-Sep-21 7:10am    
5. It's a long long, so probably in ticks, in which case 0 should be the time of the last system startup and it won't wrap around for a very, very long time.
CPallini 24-Sep-21 7:35am    
Thank you, even if..., it's a long long time!
Greg Utas 24-Sep-21 7:47am    
LOL. I didn't notice that. The question was at the top of the list today, so it must have been the victim of spam that had already been removed.

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