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vrf Non-continuous write to files.

Question asked by VRFuser on Jul 28, 2002
Jeffrey,

Set a variable, let's call it TimeStart with now() and another variable
let's call it WaitTime equal to 600.

Each loop, test if now()-TimeStart>=WaitTime. If it does, write to disk
and add 600 to WaitTime. If not, do nothing.

This should write every 10 minutes as you requested.

Mike Groves
Cree Microwave


-----Original Message-----
From: JCain@semtech.com [mailto:JCain@semtech.com]
Sent: Friday, July 26, 2002 6:32 PM
To: vrf@lvld.agilent.com
Subject: vrf VRF: Non-continuous write to files.


Hello,

     Curious to know if anyone could suggest a simple solution to "writing
to my files every 10 minutes (600 seconds)" without stopping the rest of
the program execution.  Please find my small simple program attached.

     (See attached file: Burn-in_1_JC.vee)

Warm Regards,
Jeffrey Cain

Applications Engineer
Semtech, San Diego - Test & Measurement Div.

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