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Using CTime for calculations?

RunXC410RunXC410 Member Posts: 3
I have a program that calculates splits for running times (Track & Feild). Below is a copy of my function for calculating the quarter mile splits for a one mile run.

void CPaceCalculatorDlg::OnOneMile()
{
// TODO: Add your control notification handler code here
CString MinString;
CString SecString;
int min = 0;
int sec = 0;
int sec1,sec2,sec3,sec4,sec5,tsec1,min1,min2,tmin,tsec = 0;

m_edMin.GetWindowText(MinString);
m_edSec.GetWindowText(SecString);

min=atoi(MinString);
sec=atoi(SecString);

sec1 = min * 60;
sec2 = sec1 / 4;
sec3 = sec1 % 4;
min1 = sec2 / 60;
sec4 = sec2 % 60;
sec5 = sec / 4;
tsec1 = sec3 + sec4 + sec5;

if(tsec1 >= 60)
{
min2 = tsec1 / 60;
tmin = min1 + min2;
tsec = tsec1 % 60;
}
else
{
tmin = min1;
tsec = tsec1;
}

if((tsec <= 9) && (tsec >= 0))
{
MinString.Format("%d",tmin);
SecString.Format("%d",tsec);

MinString += ":0";
MinString += SecString;

m_edTime1.SetWindowText(MinString);
m_edDistance1.SetWindowText("Per Quarter Mile");
m_edTime3.SetWindowText("N/A");
m_edDistance3.SetWindowText("N/A");
}
else
{
MinString.Format("%d",tmin);
SecString.Format("%d",tsec);

MinString += ":";
MinString += SecString;

m_edTime1.SetWindowText(MinString);
m_edDistance1.SetWindowText("Per Quarter Mile");
m_edTime3.SetWindowText("N/A");
m_edDistance3.SetWindowText("N/A");
}

min = 0;
sec = 0;
sec1,sec2,sec3,sec4,sec5,tsec1,min1,min2,tmin,tsec = 0;

m_edMin.GetWindowText(MinString);
m_edSec.GetWindowText(SecString);

min=atoi(MinString);
sec=atoi(SecString);

sec1 = min * 60;
sec2 = sec1 / 2;
sec3 = sec1 % 2;
min1 = sec2 / 60;
sec4 = sec2 % 60;
sec5 = sec / 2;
tsec1 = sec3 + sec4 + sec5;

if(tsec1 >= 60)
{
min2 = tsec1 / 60;
tmin = min1 + min2;
tsec = tsec1 % 60;
}
else
{
tmin = min1;
tsec = tsec1;
}

if((tsec <= 9) && (tsec >= 0))
{
MinString.Format("%d",tmin);
SecString.Format("%d",tsec);

MinString += ":0";
MinString += SecString;

m_edTime2.SetWindowText(MinString);
m_edDistance2.SetWindowText("Per Half Mile");
m_edTime3.SetWindowText("N/A");
m_edDistance3.SetWindowText("N/A");
}
else
{
MinString.Format("%d",tmin);
SecString.Format("%d",tsec);

MinString += ":";
MinString += SecString;

m_edTime2.SetWindowText(MinString);
m_edDistance2.SetWindowText("Per Half Mile");
m_edTime3.SetWindowText("N/A");
m_edDistance3.SetWindowText("N/A");
}


}

How do I do the same thing using CTime, the function that I am using will only calculate to the nearest second and is only accurate within two seconds in some cases. The only documentation I have been able to find on CTime is for calculating days and how many hours between two times things like that. I want to be able to put in a time in minutes and seconds (5:25) and divide it by a number (4) and output the resulting time within two decimals. Please help.

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