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C# Signature (Windows CE):
Gets the number of milliseconds elapsed since the system started.
Tips & Tricks:
// C# sample for a simple timer to pause before some other code.
Alternative Managed API:
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Note, the managed API is subtly different than the Win32 API call. The Win32 API call returns an unsigned int while the managed API returned a signed int. Also note that the MSDN documentation for System.Environment.TickCount() is not correct. This managed API rolls over to int.MinValue and not to 0 after 24.9 days.
UPDATE, The MSDN documentation has been updated to correctly state the int.MinValue 24.9 day rollover. The new documentation also provides an example of how to correctly return a positive value from the method. http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.environment.tickcount.aspx
TIP: If you need to measure time intervals for longer then 24.9 days you better use:
System.Diagnostics.StopWatch sw = new System.Diagnostics.StopWatch();
long ms = sw.ElapsedMilliseconds;
The GetTickCount API
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