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It''s me again!!! Now I need a way to stop the program during mili-seconds. I know that in linux ther is a sleep (x) function that blocks the program for -x- seconds, and a usleep (x) function that blocks for -x- micro-seconds. But in C/C++ for Windows ther is no funkstion like that. I was making a stuped math whit the clock () function, but it have an very small window of use. So if some one knows how to do it, please let me know! Thanks!!!

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In the Windows API, there''s a function called

Sleep(int milliseconds); 


you have to include the windows header.

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try

Sleep(1);


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