Current seconds

Actual seconds

14.6 Duration Delivers the current duration in seconds. It is always an accurate whole number calculated from a platform-specific start date (with a platform-specific min and max value). Current seconds increase over the course of a period of time by 1 for each second that elapses. You can compare the current seconds value with a value given by file-or-directory-modify-seconds.

Retrieves secs-n, a platform-specific number of seconds in seconds given by current seconds or seconds of change to a filename or folder, and return a fileshow entity. It is not possible to transfer the value of current seconds or file-or-directory-modify-seconds across multiple workstations. Use seconds->date to reconvert a period of times in seconds when portibility is required. Timezone offsets report the number of seconds eastern of the GMT for the current timezone (e.g. Pacific Standard Time is -28800 ), an accurate whole number.

Delivers the current "time" in fixed miliseconds (possibly negative). These times are calculated on the basis of a platform-specific start date or the start hour of the engine. Due to the fact that the results are fixed, the value only rises for a relatively long while. Same as current miliseconds, but the results never decrease (until the power is turned off).

Delivers the amount of CPU processing power in fixed miliseconds used by the schema processing on the host OS. The accuracy of the results is platform-specific, and since the results are fixed, the value only rises for a finite (albeit relatively long) period of use.

Delivers the amount of processing power in fixed ms previously used by Scheme's Garbage Collect. It is part of the period covered by (current-process-milliseconds) and is also restricted. There are four return values: a listing of the result(s) of the application of perc, the number of miliseconds of computational power needed to get this outcome, the number of "real" miliseconds needed to get the outcome, and the number of miliseconds of computational power (included in the first result) output for the garbage collection. 2.

In case more than one MzScheme thread is executed, the declared amount of work can be done by other thread as well. Reproduces time-dependent scheduling information for evaluating printouts directly to the current issue report. This is the outcome of extruding the Returns the character chain containing the clock date and timestamp only if timestamp is set.

Find the date display in platform-specific seconds. Otherwise, an integral number is reported, and if the application cannot display the specified date, an exception is reported. Returns value is not a rigid Julietan number, but the Scalinger value that is switched off by one for easy calculation.

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