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std::timespec

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timespec
(C++17)
 
Defined in header <ctime>
struct timespec;
(since C++17)

Structure holding an interval broken down into seconds and nanoseconds.

[edit] Member objects

std::time_t tv_sec whole seconds – >= 0
long tv_nsec nanoseconds – [0, 999999999]

[edit] See also

returns the calendar time based on a given time base
(function) [edit]
calendar time type
(class) [edit]
C documentation for timespec