evmon_usec_c

	evmon_usec_c(event.u4.v, ticks_since.u4.r, time_since.u4.r,
		     timestamp.u4.r, num_02_events.u4.r, timestamp_02.u4.r)

	This routine is used to retrieve information about the last
	occurrence of a given clock event.

	event		clock event number as follows:
			  0 -  255	event 0 - 255 of the clock specified
   	    	    	by Default Clock in the Utilities Window or the most
   	    	    	recent call to clock_set_multicast_type.
   	    	    	  0 - 255 + TCLK_BASE	    	TCLK event 0 - 255
   	    	    	  0 - 255 + MIBS_BASE	    	MIBS event 0 - 255
   	    	    	  0 - 255 + RRBS_BASE	    	RRBS event 0 - 255
   	    	    	  0 - 255 + TVBS_BASE	    	TVBS event 0 - 255
   	    	    	  0 - 255 + TESTCLK_BASE    	TEST clock event 0 - 255
   	    	    	  0 - 255 + PROJCLK_BASE    	PROJ clock event 0 - 255
   	    	    	  0 - 255 + NMLCLK_BASE     	NML clock event 0 - 255
			(Pass a value of EVENT_MI_RESET or EVENT_RR_RESET if 
			you are interested in the most recent MI or RR reset.)
			(constants are in 'tclk_events')
	ticks_since	returned time since event occurred in 15 Hz ticks
	time_since	returned time since event occurred in 100 usec units
	timestamp	returned timestamp at the last occurrence of the 
			event in 1 uSec units since event 02
	num_02_events	returned number of event 02s that have occurred since
			the last occurrence of the event
	timestamp_02	returned time since last event 02 occurred in 1 usec
			units

	This function requires the following include files:

	clib_h, tclk_events_h

	Related functions:

	evmon, lckclk_c, lckclk_api, lckclk_allocate, lckclk_free, acctim,
	ticks_since_event, event_history, event_set_fake, reflected_events_c,
	clock_set_multicast_type, clock_get_default_multicast_type,
	event_translate_c, event_count_c, event_last_timestamp_c,
	clock_type_convert_c, is_beam_sync_clock_type_c

	C/C++ usage:

	int	event = EVENT_MI_RESET_FIXED_TARG;
	unsigned int	ticks_since;
	unsigned int	time_since;
	unsigned int	timestamp;
	unsigned int	num_02_events;
	unsigned int	timestamp_02;

	evmon_usec_c(event,&ticks_since,&time_since,&timestamp,
		     &num_02_events,&timestamp_02);