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How to get current sleep time left?

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Well, basicly I wan;t to be able to obtain the current sleep time.

For example: Sleep(3000) , I wan't to some how display the current sleep time left in some sort of format. (Mst likley seconds:milliseconds)

How am I able to get the current sleep time left and store it as a value some where?

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Cyber

You can't

but you can use

$time = TimerInit()
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lolp1

If it's not possible then my next best optoion would be to make some sort of a 'Stop watch' type deal.

How ever either of the past two examples show a reasonable way to do that. (Or I am just confused, which is likley..)

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Cyber

Ok :whistle:

HotKeySet({ESC},"stopIT")

Global $stopVariable= 0
$sleep = 3000


$time = TimerInit()
do
    ;******** time time time time
until TimerDiff($time) >= $sleep OR $stopVariable= 1


Func stopIT()
  $stopVariable= 1
endFunc

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lolp1

HotKeySet({ESC},"stopIT")

Global $stopVariable= 0

$sleep = 3000

$time = TimerInit()

do

;******** time time time time

until TimerDiff($time) >= $sleep OR $stopVariable= 1

Func stopIT()

$stopVariable= 1

endFunc

Still rather unsure of this. The idea is to have a 'Count down' environment. For example I want a 5 minute count down. (Perhaps as a tool tip) and it counts down in seconds.

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Cyber

yes, I undestand, this is an example for see the time remaning.

ook, this is countDown

$title= "CountDown"
HotKeySet("{ESC}","stopIT")

Global $stopVariable= 0

$count = inputBox($title,"The seconds to countDown")
$sleep= $count * 1000


$time = TimerInit()
do
    TrayTip($title,"Seconds remaning: " & Round(($sleep - TimerDiff($time))/1000),1)
    Sleep(100)
until TimerDiff($time) >= $sleep OR $stopVariable= 1

if $stopVariable= 1 Then
    TrayTip("","",1)
    MsgBox(16,$title, "Count down stopped!")
Else
    MsgBox(0,$title, "Time!")
EndIf

Func stopIT()
  $stopVariable= 1
endFunc

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lolp1

Thanks. Thats the perfect example :whistle:

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Cyber

:whistle:

well


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Uten

Ohh, no offense, but thats what I call a real spoon feeding..:D

Well done @Cyber..:whistle:

Keep on learning @lolp1...:P

Happy Scripting to all of you!

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