umm what the f..
Now its working like it should. I didnt change a thing.
"Jay King" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> I am using a loop like
> debug.writeling (randomnumberfunction)
> goto strt
> Now the sleep function is actually calling the timer and asking it to
> my thread for 1 milisecond. However it sleeps for what is almost a full
> second. When I remve the sleep the loop throw out random numbers as
> hundreds of numbers a second. So im wondering what could be the cause of
> this? Why isnt the timer object 'sleeping' my thread like it should.
> PS: Last night it was 'sleeping' my thread fine and the program only ate
> and extra 10% of cpu, however it doesnt owrk right anymore and I can only
> get gfast enough speeds without the sleep.. however that eats up to 80%
> extra cpu.
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