zone97

Using TimerInit() w/ leading time?

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Is it possible to create a timer that has a leading time? In other words.. TimerInit() starts at 0, and goes forward through time. I need to create a timer that counts like TimerInit() but, starts from a preset # of seconds.. Like, I read a file capture a date and time, calculate the number of seconds from that date till now, and send that to the TimerInit() to start counting from that number of seconds. Assume, I already have the process in place to get the starting seconds. I just need help with the bit of code that starts the timer counting at the number of seconds I specify? Anyone?

Thanks.

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Why not just add or delete the time from TimerDiff?

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Yes, after some experimenting I figured it out.. I was making harder than it had to be.. Overthinking and all.. Happens.. Lol


 

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