[racket] How can I measure time in nanoseconds?

From: Horace Dynamite (horace.dynamite at gmail.com)
Date: Thu Nov 11 16:08:40 EST 2010

*slaps forehead*

Thank you Eli & Jay. :^)


On 11/11/2010 18:36, Jay McCarthy wrote:
> In case it is not clear Horace, because it is inexact, there are
> numbers after the decimal, representing nanoseconds, etc.
> Jay
> On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:32 AM, Eli Barzilay<eli at barzilay.org>  wrote:
>> 30 minutes ago, Horace Dynamite wrote:
>>> The closest approximation I can find in the documentation is
>>> current-milliseconds? I require more accuracy in my project,
>>> specifically, nanosecond accuracy. I do apologise if I've missed
>>> this information in the documentation, if so can anyone point me to
>>> the right place? Or recommend a method to obtain more accuracy?
>> There's `current-inexact-milliseconds'.
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