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  1. does anyone know what exactly TimerDiff() is doing with the integer returned by TimerInit() in order to get milliseconds? Just trying to find out if i can use the integer timerinit() returns in a slightly different way to the norm because it will save me a great deal of effort. ( hoping to save the integer in a db and query rows where the difference in current time integer is > x where x = whatever the integer needs to be to = y hours )
  2. This is for my C# fans out there who enjoy OOP. I have created a really rough draft (I mean it's super basic) of the Stopwatch Class in .NET, because I had the idea whilst travelling home and just thought it's neat to show a different paradigm to that of procedural programming. Enjoy. #include <WinAPISys.au3> Global Const $STOPWATCH_GUID = '804835D8-0DF4-11E4-A11F-29560707A45E', $STOPWATCH_TICKSPERMILLISECOND = 10000, $STOPWATCH_TICKSPERSECOND = $STOPWATCH_TICKSPERMILLISECOND * 1000 Global Enum $STOPWATCH_TIMER, $STOPWATCH_RUNNING, $STOPWATCH_ELAPSED, $STOPWATCH_ISHIGHRESOLUTION, $STOPWATCH_FREQUENCY, $STOPWATCH_TICKFREQUENCY, $STOPWATCH_ID, $STOPWATCH_MAX #Region Example Example() Func Example() Local $hStopWatch = Stopwatch() ConsoleWrite('IsRunning: ' & Stopwatch_IsRunning($hStopWatch) & @CRLF) ; Display running status. ConsoleWrite('Started' & @CRLF) Stopwatch_Start($hStopWatch) ; Start the stopwatch. ConsoleWrite('IsRunning: ' & Stopwatch_IsRunning($hStopWatch) & @CRLF) ; Display running status. Sleep(1000) ; Wait for 1 second. Stopwatch_Stop($hStopWatch) ; Stop the stopwatch. ConsoleWrite('Elapsed ms Time: ' & Stopwatch_ElapsedMilliseconds($hStopWatch) & @CRLF) ConsoleWrite('Stopped.' & @CRLF) ConsoleWrite('Waiting for 3 seconds whilst the stopwatch is stopped.' & @CRLF) Sleep(3000) ; Wait for 3 seconds. ConsoleWrite('Started' & @CRLF) Stopwatch_Start($hStopWatch) ; Start the stopwatch again. ConsoleWrite('Waiting for 2 seconds whilst the stopwatch is running' & @CRLF) Sleep(2000) ; Wait for 2 seconds. For $i = 1 To 10 ; The number of milliseconds is shown even when the stopwatch is running. ConsoleWrite('Elapsed ms Time: ' & Stopwatch_ElapsedMilliseconds($hStopWatch) & @CRLF) Sleep(250) Next Stopwatch_Stop($hStopWatch) ; Stop the stopwatch. ConsoleWrite('Elapsed ms Time: ' & Stopwatch_ElapsedMilliseconds($hStopWatch) & @CRLF) ; This should be about 5 seconds or so. ConsoleWrite('Stopped' & @CRLF) ConsoleWrite('IsRunning: ' & Stopwatch_IsRunning($hStopWatch) & @CRLF) ; Display running status. EndFunc ;==>Example #EndRegion Example ; Stopwatch Class: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.diagnostics.stopwatch(v=vs.110).aspx Func Stopwatch() Local $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_MAX] $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ID] = $STOPWATCH_GUID Stopwatch_Reset($aStopwatch) $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_FREQUENCY] = _WinAPI_QueryPerformanceFrequency() If $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_FREQUENCY] > 0 Then $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ISHIGHRESOLUTION] = True $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_TICKFREQUENCY] = $STOPWATCH_TICKSPERSECOND $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_TICKFREQUENCY] /= $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_FREQUENCY] Else $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ISHIGHRESOLUTION] = False $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_FREQUENCY] = $STOPWATCH_TICKSPERSECOND $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_TICKFREQUENCY] = 1 EndIf Return $aStopwatch EndFunc ;==>Stopwatch Func Stopwatch_ElapsedMilliseconds(ByRef $aStopwatch) Return (__Stopwatch_IsStopwatch($aStopwatch) ? __Stopwatch_GetElapsedDateTimeTicks($aStopwatch) / $STOPWATCH_TICKSPERMILLISECOND : 0) EndFunc ;==>Stopwatch_ElapsedMilliseconds Func Stopwatch_ElapsedTicks(ByRef $aStopwatch) Return (__Stopwatch_IsStopwatch($aStopwatch) ? __Stopwatch_GetElapsedDateTimeTicks($aStopwatch) : 0) EndFunc ;==>Stopwatch_ElapsedTicks Func Stopwatch_IsRunning(ByRef $aStopwatch) Return (__Stopwatch_IsStopwatch($aStopwatch) ? $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_RUNNING] : Null) EndFunc ;==>Stopwatch_IsRunning Func Stopwatch_Reset(ByRef $aStopwatch) If __Stopwatch_IsStopwatch($aStopwatch) Then $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ELAPSED] = 0 $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_RUNNING] = False $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_TIMER] = 0 EndIf Return True EndFunc ;==>Stopwatch_Reset Func Stopwatch_Restart(ByRef $aStopwatch) If __Stopwatch_IsStopwatch($aStopwatch) Then Stopwatch_Reset($aStopwatch) Stopwatch_Start($aStopwatch) EndIf Return True EndFunc ;==>Stopwatch_Restart Func Stopwatch_Start(ByRef $aStopwatch) If __Stopwatch_IsStopwatch($aStopwatch) And Not $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_RUNNING] Then $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_RUNNING] = True $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_TIMER] = __Stopwatch_GetTimestamp($aStopwatch) EndIf Return True EndFunc ;==>Stopwatch_Start Func Stopwatch_StartNew() Local $aStopwatch = Stopwatch() Stopwatch_Start($aStopwatch) Return $aStopwatch EndFunc ;==>Stopwatch_StartNew Func Stopwatch_Stop(ByRef $aStopwatch) If __Stopwatch_IsStopwatch($aStopwatch) And $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_RUNNING] Then $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ELAPSED] = __Stopwatch_GetRawElapsedTicks($aStopwatch) $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_RUNNING] = False EndIf Return True EndFunc ;==>Stopwatch_Stop Func __Stopwatch_GetElapsedDateTimeTicks(ByRef $aStopwatch) Return (__Stopwatch_GetRawElapsedTicks($aStopwatch) * ($aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ISHIGHRESOLUTION] ? $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_TICKFREQUENCY] : $STOPWATCH_TICKSPERMILLISECOND)) EndFunc ;==>__Stopwatch_GetElapsedDateTimeTicks Func __Stopwatch_GetRawElapsedTicks(ByRef $aStopwatch) Local $iElapsedTime = $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ELAPSED] If $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_RUNNING] Then If $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ISHIGHRESOLUTION] Then Local $iTimeStamp = __Stopwatch_GetTimestamp($aStopwatch) $iTimeStamp = $iTimeStamp - $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_TIMER] $iElapsedTime += $iTimeStamp Else $iElapsedTime += TimerDiff($aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_TIMER]) EndIf EndIf Return $iElapsedTime EndFunc ;==>__Stopwatch_GetRawElapsedTicks Func __Stopwatch_GetTimestamp(ByRef $aStopwatch) Return ($aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ISHIGHRESOLUTION] ? _WinAPI_QueryPerformanceCounter() : TimerInit()) EndFunc ;==>__Stopwatch_GetTimestamp Func __Stopwatch_IsStopwatch(ByRef $aStopwatch) ; Internal function only. Return (UBound($aStopwatch) = $STOPWATCH_MAX And $aStopwatch[$STOPWATCH_ID] = $STOPWATCH_GUID) EndFunc ;==>__Stopwatch_IsStopwatch
  3. Hi everyone. I have a question and wasn't able to find any answer for this. What is the maximum value/limit for TimerInit & TimerDiff. I mean, If I use TimerInit() in my script, how long can it 'last'? How long will I be able to read it with TimerDiff()? I realize that the result of TimerDiff isn't an Integer. It's a floating number and I am not sure what the maximum value is. I would like my program to use $Time = TimerInit() today, and then I'll be able to use TimerDiff($Time) tomorrow or even the day after. Is this possible? and what happens if TimerDiff exceeds the maximum value (if there is any)?
  4. So I have some timers which I reset periodically, but my problem is that they don't wait for the functions before them to finish and in a strange way reset beforehand. -snip- timerinit doesnt wait the mouseclick and sleep functions to finish
  5. Morning: User comes online : Timervar=TimerInit() User goes offline : TimerDiff(Timervar) Print the time for which user was online Noon: User comes online : Timervar=TimerInit() User goes offline : TimerDiff(Timervar) Print the time for which user was online Evening: User comes online : Timervar=TimerInit() User goes offline : TimerDiff(Timervar) Print the time for which user was online -I need to figure how much time a user was online during an entire day(total time). Adding up all the above 3 TimerDiff variables and converting them using _TicksToTime seems to be giving gibberish. Any thoughts please ? ....
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