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MariusN

Can you have more than 1 TimerInit() functions in a loop?

ie a) $timer1 = TimerInit() with TimerDiff($timer1)

:mellow: $timer2 = TimerInit() with TimerDiff($timer2)

thanks guys

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Fire

Hi MariusN.

From your question i didn`t understand what the problem. This works for me.

While 1
$begin = TimerInit()
sleep(3000)
$dif = TimerDiff($begin)
FileWrite(@ScriptDir&"\first.txt",$dif & @CRLF)
second()


WEnd

Func second()
    $second=TimerInit()
Sleep(2500)
$diff2=TimerDiff($second)
FileWrite(@ScriptDir&"\begin.txt",$second & @CRLF)
EndFunc ;<==second()
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99ojo

Hi,

for sure. TimerInit only gives you a timestamp to variable!

But your question could have been answered by yourself just by coding......

$timer1 = Timerinit ()
sleep (1000)
$timer2 = Timerinit ()
sleep (1000)
MsgBox (0,"","Timer1: " & TimerDiff ($timer1) / 1000 & " s" & @CRLF & "Timer2: " & TimerDiff ($timer2) / 1000 & " s")

;-))

Stefan

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amakrkr

hehe i was asking my self exact same question yesterday :(

the answer is yes u can :mellow:

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MariusN

hehe i was asking my self exact same question yesterday :lol:

the answer is yes u can :mellow:

I tried it but it didnt work that's why i asked. I think i had a "time Lapse" somewhere...lol

thx guys :(

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jchd

TimerInit is just cloning (more or less) the current windows Epoch value to an AutoIt variable. In fact, the timervalue returned is the integral millisecond value of Win epoch (which is a 100ns timer). So you can call it any number of times <g>, "restart" it without risking anyone' life. And all that free!


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