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sf::Clock Class Reference

Utility class that measures the elapsed time. More...

#include <Clock.hpp>

Public Member Functions

 Clock ()
 Default constructor. More...
Time getElapsedTime () const
 Get the elapsed time. More...
Time restart ()
 Restart the clock. More...

Detailed Description

Utility class that measures the elapsed time.

sf::Clock is a lightweight class for measuring time.

Its provides the most precise time that the underlying OS can achieve (generally microseconds or nanoseconds). It also ensures monotonicity, which means that the returned time can never go backward, even if the system time is changed.

Usage example:

sf::Clock clock;
Time time1 = clock.getElapsedTime();
Time time2 = clock.restart();

The sf::Time value returned by the clock can then be converted to a number of seconds, milliseconds or even microseconds.

See also

Definition at line 41 of file Clock.hpp.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

sf::Clock::Clock ( )

Default constructor.

The clock starts automatically after being constructed.

Member Function Documentation

Time sf::Clock::getElapsedTime ( ) const

Get the elapsed time.

This function returns the time elapsed since the last call to restart() (or the construction of the instance if restart() has not been called).

Time elapsed
Time sf::Clock::restart ( )

Restart the clock.

This function puts the time counter back to zero. It also returns the time elapsed since the clock was started.

Time elapsed

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