When using Threading.Thread.Sleep in .NET, there is an option to use Threading.Thread.Sleep(timeout As TimeSpan).Now, in System.TimeSpan there is the option to express period in 100-nanosecond units: System.TimeSpan(ticks as long).Can Threading.Thread.Sleep work with nanoseconds or it converts them to milliseconds (integer)?If it converts them to milliseconds I quess there is no way to suspend a thread for less than 1 millisecond. Is that right?


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