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what can I use for a tickcount

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So back when I use to mess with Javascript I use to use a tickcount to determine how much time is passed I cant seem to figure out a way to do this in autoit. What I am needing to do is start a tickcount and after x amount of seconds the script does what I want. Ex code with what I would like to happen:

HotKeySet("{END}", "Terminate")

Global $answer = InputBox("Question", "¿WHAT DRIVE LETTER?", "D", "", _
- 1, -1, 0, 0)

While 1

Local $sType = DriveGetType($answer & ":" & "")
If $sType <> "" then
ToolTip("FOUND DRIVE " & $answer,0,0)

;;;EX>>>>>StartTime = GetTickCount(); ;;start tickcount here ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;I NEED HELP HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Local $sStatus = DriveStatus($answer & ":")

If $sStatus = "ready" Then
ToolTip("GOOD DRIVE",0,0)
MsgBox(4096, "GOOD", "DRIVE IS GOOD",2)
CDTray($answer & ":","open")

ToolTip("WAITING FOR DRIVE " & $answer &" TO READ",0,0)

ToolTip("NOT DETECTING A DRIVE IN " & $answer,0,0)

;;;;ex> Endtime = 120000 // JS USED MILISECONDS OFC SECONDS WOULD BE FINE TOO ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;I NEED HELP HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
;;;;ex> If StartTime >= Endtime then ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;I NEED HELP HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Func Terminate()
Exit 0

Hopefully that wasn't too confusing and someone can help me out!

Edited by magace

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TimerInit and TimerDiff

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hah thanks idk how I missed that!

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