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Thread: System.CurrentTimeMilliseconds

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    Default System.CurrentTimeMilliseconds

    Hello

    after discussing witha professor i have been told that it is possble to use System.CurrentTimeMilliseconds to store the time.

    i would like to know how to do this and if it is also possible to show a message if there has been a sudden change of 5 minutes or more

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    System.out.println(System.currentTimeMillis());

    I don't think this is the best option though Dave. The code I gave you in your other thread works exactly as desired.

    I'm looking into making it recognise a 5 minute change at the moment..
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