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More millisecond procedures

From: Lassi Kortela
Subject: More millisecond procedures
Date: Sun, 3 May 2020 15:48:46 +0300
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Attached is a set of two patches.  The first one simply adds a
deprecation notice to current-milliseconds and adds the new procedure

Racket also has `current-inexact-milliseconds`: "Returns the current time in milliseconds since midnight UTC, January 1, 1970. The result may contain fractions of a millisecond." <>

In general, millisecond precision is probably attainable on most/all operating systems without too much fuss. It's the sub-millisecond range where the problems begin.

Would it make sense to write a really simple SRFI about these millisecond-precision procedures?

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