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If m_startTime is an instance variable of a class, and you haven''t created any instances of that class, then that wouldn''t work.
Remember, in class member funcs m_startTime is shorthand for this->m_startTime.

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We need to see the context, so post some code like Pipo DeClown suggests. Also, we need to know how it "doesn''t work," so (assuming that compiler/linker errors are the problem) cite the relevant error messages.

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If it is inside a function, then it only get initialized once in the first call, and subsequent call to the function doesn''t get initialized.

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