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Adding time stamp for my thread executions

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on April 26, 2005
Hi!

I need to add some time stamps for my sampling, for this I have used following code:

xLastWakeTime = xTaskGetTickCount();

for(;;)
{
portTickType old_wake_time = xLastWakeTime;
// Wait for the next cycle.
vTaskDelayUntil( &xLastWakeTime, xFrequency );

double millisec=(double)((xLastWakeTime-old_wake_time)/portTICK_RATE_MS);
char data[40];
sprintf(data, " X =%d; Y =%d; Z =%d\r\n", millisek, acc[1], acc[2]);

Im getting strange values... Why doesn't this work?

Thanks!
MB

RE: Adding time stamp for my thread executions

Posted by Richard on April 26, 2005
Hi,

Which port and compiler are you using?

A couple of points:

char data[40] - do you have enough stack space to allocate 40 bytes? Maybe static char data[40] would help. sprintf will use lots of stack also.

In the sprintf you are using %d (int format) to print a double.

Lastly - I presume you are wanting a time stamp in milliseconds? portTICK_RATE_MS is the time in MS between each tick. If you have a tick rate of 500hz (for example) then portTICK_RATE_MS will be 2. Then, if 10 ticks have passed between xLastWakeTime and old_wake_time this is 10 * 2 milliseconds. 10 / 2 will give you 5ms, which I presume is not what you want.

Regards.

RE: Adding time stamp for my thread execution

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on April 27, 2005
Hello!

Thank you for helping med with my bloopers, problem solved!

//MB


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