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Timer with "0:00"

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I'm trying to make a timer to countdown from 3 minutes to 0 but I want it to look nice and all and have it display 3:00 but I can't seem to figure out how to make it so the "00" stays there and it counts down "2:59,2:58 etc..." any tips on something I could do would be very helpful (I'm probably forgetting to check something -_-) I'm on my phone at the moment so I can't really post any code, i'll try to post some as soon as I can (that is if I haven't got the help I need).

Thanks in advance.

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Start()
Func Start()
    $time = 3
    $timetosleep = $time * 60
    Do
        $pHour = Int($timetosleep / 3600)
        $pMin = Int(($timetosleep - $pHour * 3600) / 60)
        $pSec = $timetosleep - $pHour * 3600 - $pMin * 60
        ToolTip(StringFormat('%02d:%02d:%02d', $pHour, $pMin, $pSec)&' Remanining', 300, 0)
        Sleep(995)
        $timetosleep -= 1
    Until $timetosleep <= 0
    ToolTip("")
EndFunc   ;==>Start

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Something like this?

Global $iSec = 180
For $iSec = $iSec To 0 Step -1
    ConsoleWrite(Int($iSec/60) & ":" & StringRight("0" & Mod($iSec, 60) , 2) & @CRLF)
    Sleep(1000)
Next

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Thats exactly what I was trying to do, but I was trying to do it in a gui using a label and everything but i'll use the 2 examples you guys gave me and hopefully figure something out.

Thank you for the help.

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