Heh, sorry for all these questions so close together.
gmcm at hypernet.com
Sat Mar 25 20:33:48 CET 2000
> The equiv to the gettimeofday is time.time().. that's no prob. Prob is, it only
> returns seconds.. not micro seconds. and the differences in
> the C select and the Python one throw me for a little loop..
> Not sure how i could do the same thing with the
> select.select() as is done there :)
time.time returns a float number of seconds. time.sleep takes
a float, and for most platforms is implemented in terms of
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