SYSSECELAPSED

SYSSECELAPSED

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Action

Returns the elapsed Seconds to a earlier assigned system-time-stamp.

 

 

Syntax

Target = SysSecElapsed(SystemTimeStamp)

 

 

Remarks

Target

A variable (LONG), that is assigned with the elapsed Seconds

SystemTimeStamp

A variable (LONG), which holds a Systemtimestamp like the output of an earlier called SysSec()

 

The Return-Value is in the Range of 0 to 2147483647. The Function is valid from 2000-01-01 to 2068-01-19 at 03:14:07. In the year 2068 a LONG – overflow will occur.

 

The difference to the pair DayOfSec and SecElapsed is, that SysSec and SysSecElapsed can be used for event distances larger than 24 hours.

 

 

See also

Date and Time Routines , SECELAPSED, SYSSEC

 

 

 

Example

Enable Interrupts

Config Clock = Soft

 

Dim Lsystemtimestamp As Long

Dim Lsystemsecondselapsed As Long

 

Lsystemtimestamp = Syssec()

Print "Now it's " ; Lsystemtimestamp ; " seconds past 2000-01-01 00:00:00"

 

' do other stuff

' some time later

 

Lsystemsecondselapsed = Syssecelapsed(lsystemtimestamp)

Print "Now it's " ; Lsystemsecondselapsed ; " seconds later"