Sleeping in milliseconds
Is there a way to call the sleep() function to sleep a certain amount
of milliseconds instead of seconds? If this is not possible with
sleep() is there some other function that can do this? Currently I'm
using sleep and passing it a float but I think it is not working.
Any suggestions? I am using Linux RedHat. Thanks.
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