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# Getting milliseconds in Python

Brian Beck
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 02-16-2005
Fredrik Lundh wrote:
> Brian Beck wrote:
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>>That IS what you want.
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>>seconds * 100 = milliseconds

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>
> are you sure you know what a millisecond is?
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> (duck)

Touché.

But it was a typo.

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Brian Beck

Curt
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 02-17-2005
On 2005-02-16, Brian Beck <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
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>>>seconds * 100 = milliseconds

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>> are you sure you know what a millisecond is?
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>> (duck)

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> Touché.
>
> But it was a typo.

Oh, you meant 'seconds / 100 = milliseconds'?

(canard)

Brian Beck
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 02-17-2005
Curt wrote:
> Oh, you meant 'seconds / 100 = milliseconds'?
>
> (canard)

I assume you're suggesting that there are two typos in my original post
(the * and the 100)...

Despite a millisecond being a thousandth of a second, given the number
of seconds provided by the time module, he does have to *multiply* by a
thousand to get the number of milliseconds.

2 seconds * 1000 = 2000 milliseconds

So, aside from the 100 in the original post, it may look misleading, but
that is what he would need to do...

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Martin Christensen
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 02-17-2005
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>>>>> "Brian" == Brian Beck <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:

Brian> Despite a millisecond being a thousandth of a second [...]

A math teacher! A math teacher! My kingdom for a math teacher!

Martin

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Brian Beck
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 02-17-2005
Martin Christensen wrote:
> A math teacher! A math teacher! My kingdom for a math teacher!
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> Martin

Man, this is the hottest topic on c.l.py since that Lazaridis guy...

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Martin Christensen
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 02-17-2005
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>>>>> "Brian" == Brian Beck <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:

Brian> Man, this is the hottest topic on c.l.py since that Lazaridis
Brian> guy...

.... which was really the point of my joke, even if it did belly flop
somewhat. This whole discussions brought to mind a cartoon where a
group of doctors were performing open heart surgery. One of them says,
"Okay, how many of us believe that the heart has _four_ chambers?,"
and a few of the others raise their hands. I intended it as a 'let's
call in the professors to determine if 2+2=4', but, well...

Martin

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