Fast Research Interface Library Manual and Documentation
Header file for simple OS-specific functions for abstraction. More...
|Slash for non-Microsoft operating system or backslash for Microsoft operating systems. |
|unsigned char||WaitForKBCharacter (bool *Abort=NULL)|
|Waits for one single keyboard stroke. |
|unsigned char||CheckForKBCharacter (void)|
|Checks for one single keyboard stroke. |
|float||GetSystemTimeInSeconds (const bool &Reset=false)|
|Returns a time value in seconds. |
Header file for simple OS-specific functions for abstraction.
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Definition in file OSAbstraction.h.
|#define OS_FOLDER_SEPARATOR ("/")|
|unsigned char CheckForKBCharacter||(||void||)|
|float GetSystemTimeInSeconds||(||const bool &||Reset||)|
Returns a time value in seconds.
Operating system independent function to return the value of the system time in seconds.
|Reset||If this flag is set, the value of this system time will be set to zero.|
|unsigned char WaitForKBCharacter||(||bool *||Abort||)|
Waits for one single keyboard stroke.
The function returns after the stroke or if
Abort becomes set. If
Abort is set at the call of the function, the function only checks once, if a key has been pressed.
|Abort||Pointer to a boolean values, which lets the function terminate|