# Simple timer logic issue

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Hi all! I am perplexed by something that should be simple. I am trying to make a small timer which will become part of a larger script, but I'm stuck on comparing the 2 times..

When you run the script, you hit OK on a message box, that's when the current system time and day of the year is saved to a variable.. when you hit OK again, the timer is stopped and the date and time are compared. I'm not using Timerinit() because I want the exact system time the timer started, and the exact system time the timer stopped. Then the time is compared and you get the difference.

This is easy as long as I am subtracting 10 seconds from 15 seconds, but what if the start timeer got second: 45 and the top timer got second: 12?

I'm sure this is cakewalk for anyone that got higher than a C in math, but I didnt.

Can anyone shed some light on this for a simpleton like myself?

```Msgbox(0,"START","Click to start timer")
\$a = timestamp()

Msgbox(0,"START","Click to stop timer")
\$b = timestamp()

compare(\$a,\$b)

Func timestamp()
Local \$stSystemTime = DllStructCreate('ushort;ushort;ushort;ushort;ushort;ushort;ushort;ushort')
DllCall('kernel32.dll', 'none', 'GetSystemTime', 'ptr', DllStructGetPtr(\$stSystemTime))
\$sMilliSeconds = StringFormat('%03d', DllStructGetData(\$stSystemTime, 8))
\$stSystemTime = 0
return @YDay & ':' & @Hour & ':' & @Min & ':' & @Sec & ':' & \$sMilliSeconds
EndFunc

Func compare(\$start,\$stop)
\$Comp_a = StringSplit(\$start,":",2)
\$Comp_b = StringSplit(\$stop,":",2)
\$DayDif  = \$comp_b[0] - \$comp_a[0]
\$HourDif = \$comp_b[1] - \$comp_a[1]
\$MinDif  = \$comp_b[2] - \$comp_a[2]
\$SecDif  = \$comp_b[3] - \$comp_a[3]
If \$comp_b[4] > \$comp_a[4] then
\$MSecDif = \$comp_b[4] - \$comp_a[4]
else
\$MSecDif = \$comp_a[4] - \$comp_b[4]
endif

Msgbox(0,"hey you, yeah you!", "Elapse Time:" & @CRLF & "Days: " & \$DayDif & @CRLF & "Hours: " & \$HourDif & @CRLF & "Minutes: " & \$MinDif & @CRLF & "Seconds: " & \$SecDif & @CRLF & "Miliseconds: " & \$MSecDif  )

endfunc```

EDIT:

Would this logic work?

;example

\$start = 45
\$stop = 12

\$val1 = \$Start - 60 ; val1 becomes 15
\$Mydiff =  \$stop + \$val1
Edited by Kovacic

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Kovacic,

Why not let AutoIt do all the work for you?

```#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
#include <Date.au3>

\$hGUI = GUICreate("Test", 500, 500)

\$cStart = GUICtrlCreateButton("Start", 10, 10, 80, 30)
\$cStop = GUICtrlCreateButton("Stop", 10, 50, 80, 30)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_DISABLE)

GUISetState()

While 1

Switch GUIGetMsg()
Case \$GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
Exit
Case \$cStart
\$sStart = _NowCalc()
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStart, \$GUI_DISABLE)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_ENABLE)
Case \$cStop
\$sStop = _NowCalc()
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_DISABLE)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStart, \$GUI_ENABLE)

\$iDays = _DateDiff("D", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iHours = _DateDiff("h", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iMins = _DateDiff("n", \$sStart, \$sStop)
ConsoleWrite(\$sStart & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite(\$sStart & @CRLF)
\$iSecs = _DateDiff("s", \$sStart, \$sStop)

MsgBox(\$MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "Time Diff:", \$iDays & " days, " & \$iHours & ":" & \$iMins & ":" & \$iSecs)

EndSwitch

WEnd```
Much easier!

M23

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Kovacic,

Why not let AutoIt do all the work for you?

```#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
#include <Date.au3>

\$hGUI = GUICreate("Test", 500, 500)

\$cStart = GUICtrlCreateButton("Start", 10, 10, 80, 30)
\$cStop = GUICtrlCreateButton("Stop", 10, 50, 80, 30)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_DISABLE)

GUISetState()

While 1

Switch GUIGetMsg()
Case \$GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
Exit
Case \$cStart
\$sStart = _NowCalc()
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStart, \$GUI_DISABLE)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_ENABLE)
Case \$cStop
\$sStop = _NowCalc()
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_DISABLE)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStart, \$GUI_ENABLE)

\$iDays = _DateDiff("D", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iHours = _DateDiff("h", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iMins = _DateDiff("n", \$sStart, \$sStop)
ConsoleWrite(\$sStart & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite(\$sStart & @CRLF)
\$iSecs = _DateDiff("s", \$sStart, \$sStop)

MsgBox(\$MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "Time Diff:", \$iDays & " days, " & \$iHours & ":" & \$iMins & ":" & \$iSecs)

EndSwitch

WEnd```
Much easier!

M23

That was what I planned originally but I need to use milliseconds, but it looks like _DateDiff only handles as small as seconds.. Good call though

Edited by Kovacic

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Kovacic,

Then we have to be creative:

```Case \$cStart
\$sStart = _NowCalc()
\$iStartMS = @MSEC
ConsoleWrite(\$sStart & "." & \$iStartMS & @CRLF)

GUICtrlSetState(\$cStart, \$GUI_DISABLE)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_ENABLE)
Case \$cStop
\$sStop = _NowCalc()
\$iStopMS = @MSEC
ConsoleWrite(\$sStop & "." & \$iStopMS & @CRLF)

GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_DISABLE)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStart, \$GUI_ENABLE)

\$iDays = _DateDiff("D", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iHours = _DateDiff("h", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iMins = _DateDiff("n", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iSecs = _DateDiff("s", \$sStart, \$sStop)

; See if Secs values are the same
\$iMSecs = \$iStopMs - \$iStartMS
If StringRight(\$sStart, 2) <> StringRight(\$sStop, 2) Then
If \$iStartMS > \$iStopMs Then
\$iMSecs = 1000 - \$iStartMS + \$iStopMS
\$iSecs -= 1
EndIf
EndIf

MsgBox(\$MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "Time Diff:", \$iDays & " days, " & \$iHours & ":" & \$iMins & ":" & \$iSecs & "." & \$iMSecs)```
Checking the calculated time against the values written in the console it seems to be correct - over to you for more testing.

M23

Edit: Not quite - still working on it.

2nd Edit: Try now.

Edited by Melba23

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Kovacic,

Then we have to be creative:

```Case \$cStart
\$sStart = _NowCalc()
\$iStartMS = @MSEC
ConsoleWrite(\$sStart & "." & \$iStartMS & @CRLF)

GUICtrlSetState(\$cStart, \$GUI_DISABLE)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_ENABLE)
Case \$cStop
\$sStop = _NowCalc()
\$iStopMS = @MSEC
ConsoleWrite(\$sStop & "." & \$iStopMS & @CRLF)

GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_DISABLE)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStart, \$GUI_ENABLE)

\$iDays = _DateDiff("D", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iHours = _DateDiff("h", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iMins = _DateDiff("n", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iSecs = _DateDiff("s", \$sStart, \$sStop)

; See if Secs values are the same
\$iMSecs = \$iStopMs - \$iStartMS
If StringRight(\$sStart, 2) <> StringRight(\$sStop, 2) Then
If \$iStartMS > \$iStopMs Then
\$iMSecs = 1000 - \$iStartMS + \$iStopMS
\$iSecs -= 1
EndIf
EndIf

MsgBox(\$MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "Time Diff:", \$iDays & " days, " & \$iHours & ":" & \$iMins & ":" & \$iSecs & "." & \$iMSecs)```
Checking the calculated time against the values written in the console it seems to be correct - over to you for more testing.

M23

Edit: Not quite - still working on it.

2nd Edit: Try now.

Looking much better, im looking at the Ms now, heres what I got while testing:

Start: 2014/07/03 12:21:54.200
Stop: 2014/07/03 12:21:55.879

Diff reported by script:  Seconds: 1   Msec: 1679

Actual diff: Seconds: 1 Msec: 679

I think my brain hurts lol

EDIT:

one of our calculations is close... im about to build a counting GUI to test the theory:

```If \$stop[1] >= \$Start[1] then
\$HourDif = \$stop[1] - \$Start[1]
else
\$HourDif =  \$Start[1] + (\$stop[1] - 60)
endif```
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I find that when comparing times it's much easier to convert both times to msec's subtract one from the other, and then turn that result into hh:mm:ss:ms rather than trying to do the math on the raw data.

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I find that when comparing times it's much easier to convert both times to msec's subtract one from the other, and then turn that result into hh:mm:ss:ms rather than trying to do the math on the raw data.

that was one of my earlier thoughts, however I will need to grab the current time and day, then a later time and day, and compare the two. The only way I can break that down to Msec is if I grab the current MS since the beginning of the year and calculate since then.

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Kovacic,

A couple of glasses of good red wine later - this might be the solution (with a big shout to BrewManNH for his suggestion above):

```Case \$cStop
\$sStop = _NowCalc()
\$iStopMS = @MSEC
ConsoleWrite(\$sStop & "." & \$iStopMS & @CRLF)

GUICtrlSetState(\$cStop, \$GUI_DISABLE)
GUICtrlSetState(\$cStart, \$GUI_ENABLE)

\$iStartMs =  (Number(StringRight(\$sStart, 2)) * 1000) + \$iStartMS
\$iStopMs = (Number(StringRight(\$sStop, 2)) * 1000) + \$iStopMS
\$iDiffMs = \$iStopMs - \$iStartMS

\$iDays = _DateDiff("D", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iHours = _DateDiff("h", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iMins = _DateDiff("n", \$sStart, \$sStop)
\$iSecs = Int(\$iDiffMs / 1000)
\$iMSecs = \$iDiffMs - (\$iSecs * 1000)

ConsoleWrite(\$iSecs & "." & \$iMSecs & @CRLF)```
I cannot break it after a good few tests - your turn.

M23

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ArrayMultiColSort ---- Sort arrays on multiple columns
ChooseFileFolder ---- Single and multiple selections from specified path treeview listing
Date_Time_Convert -- Easily convert date/time formats, including the language used
ExtMsgBox --------- A highly customisable replacement for MsgBox
GUIExtender -------- Extend and retract multiple sections within a GUI
GUIFrame ---------- Subdivide GUIs into many adjustable frames
GUIListViewEx ------- Insert, delete, move, drag, sort, edit and colour ListView items
GUITreeViewEx ------ Check/clear parent and child checkboxes in a TreeView
Marquee ----------- Scrolling tickertape GUIs
NoFocusLines ------- Remove the dotted focus lines from buttons, sliders, radios and checkboxes
Notify ------------- Small notifications on the edge of the display
Scrollbars ----------Automatically sized scrollbars with a single command
StringSize ---------- Automatically size controls to fit text
Toast -------------- Small GUIs which pop out of the notification area

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also this could do

```MsgBox(0, "START", "Click to start timer")
\$a = timestamp()

MsgBox(0, "STOP", "Click to stop timer")
\$b = timestamp()

compare(\$a, \$b)

Func timestamp()
Return @YDAY & ':' & @HOUR & ':' & @MIN & ':' & @SEC & ':' & @MSEC
EndFunc   ;==>timestamp

Func compare(\$start, \$stop)
\$Comp_a = StringSplit(\$start, ":", 2)
\$Comp_b = StringSplit(\$stop, ":", 2)
Local \$comp_c[5]

; start
\$Comp_a[0] = \$Comp_a[0] * 86400000 ; Day
\$Comp_a[1] = \$Comp_a[1] * 3600000 ; Hour
\$Comp_a[2] = \$Comp_a[2] * 60000 ; Mins
\$Comp_a[3] = \$Comp_a[3] * 1000 ; Sec

; stop
\$Comp_b[0] = \$Comp_b[0] * 86400000 ; Day
\$Comp_b[1] = \$Comp_b[1] * 3600000 ; Hour
\$Comp_b[2] = \$Comp_b[2] * 60000 ; Mins
\$Comp_b[3] = \$Comp_b[3] * 1000 ; Sec

Local \$started = \$Comp_a[0] + \$Comp_a[1] + \$Comp_a[2] + \$Comp_a[3] + \$Comp_a[4]
Local \$stopped = \$Comp_b[0] + \$Comp_b[1] + \$Comp_b[2] + \$Comp_b[3] + \$Comp_b[4]

Local \$elapsed = \$stopped - \$started ; elapsed time in milliseconds

; rebuild "days/time"
\$comp_c[0] = Int(\$elapsed / 86400000) ; days
\$elapsed -= \$comp_c[0] * 86400000
\$comp_c[1] = Int(\$elapsed / 3600000) ; hours
\$elapsed -= \$comp_c[1] * 3600000
\$comp_c[2] = Int(\$elapsed / 60000) ; mins
\$elapsed -= \$comp_c[2] * 60000
\$comp_c[3] = Int(\$elapsed / 1000) ; secs
\$elapsed -= \$comp_c[3] * 1000
\$comp_c[4] = \$elapsed ; milliseconds

Local \$duration = \$comp_c[0] & ":" & StringFormat("%02s", \$comp_c[1]) & ":" & StringFormat("%02s", \$comp_c[2]) & ":" & StringFormat("%02s", \$comp_c[3]) & ":" & StringFormat("%03s", \$comp_c[4])

MsgBox(0, \$duration, "Started at " & \$start & @CRLF & "Stopped at " & \$stop & @CRLF & "Elapse Time : " & @CRLF & " Days : " & \$comp_c[0] & @CRLF & " Hours : " & \$comp_c[1] & @CRLF & " Minutes : " & \$comp_c[2] & @CRLF & " Seconds : " & \$comp_c[3] & @CRLF & " Miliseconds : " & \$comp_c[4])
EndFunc   ;==>compare```

p.s.

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Between those two answers, I think that solved it!! Thanks!!!!!!

WINE (or beer) FOR ALL!

Edited by Kovacic

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a cold beer for me, thanks

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