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Setting a $time = TimerInit() with a variable

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm trying to set a $time = TimerInit() using a inputbox variable. Does this look correct?

Global $Paused, $Showme, $Count = 0, $time = TimerInit()
HotKeySet("{ESC}", "Terminate")

While 1 
    If TimerDiff($time) > $totaltime Then Exit;(x * 60000 = x minutes)

Sleep ( 1000 )
SplashTextOn("Auto RE setup", "Please enter the total number of times you want to do this action", 400, 100, -1, -1, 1, "Ariel", 15) 
While 1
Sleep ( 100 )
$eachtime = InputBox( "Setup Continued", "Please enter that data" )
ExitLoop
Wend
SplashOff()
Sleep ( 1000 )

$totaltime = $eachtime * 125000;setting the script end time
Wend
Edited by Cuervo

-Tim

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Hi,

First of all it is not correct because you didn't declared a variable $totaltime, and about the value from inputbox... well, you can use a Number() function :)

and also you have typo error i think in the $eachtime variable :P

Global $Paused, $Showme, $Count = 0, $time = TimerInit(), $totaltime = 6000
HotKeySet("{ESC}", "Terminate")

While 1 
    If TimerDiff($time) > $totaltime Then Exit;(x * 60000 = x minutes)
    
    Sleep ( 1000 )
    SplashTextOn("Auto RE setup", "Please enter the total number of times you want to do this action", _
        400, 100, -1, -1, 1, "Ariel", 15) 
    
    ;And why do you need this loop? :)
    While 1
        Sleep ( 100 )
        $eachtime = InputBox( "Setup Continued", "Please enter that data" )
        $eachtime = Number($eachtime)
        ExitLoop
    Wend
    
    SplashOff()
    Sleep ( 1000 )

    $totaltime = $eachtime * 125000 ;setting the script end time
Wend

Func Terminate()
    Exit
EndFunc

 

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Let me try this again.

What I'm really trying to do is make an exit time for a script based off of what that user will be doing.

$items = how many items to work with

$eachitem = how many times I want to work with each $item before moving on to the next.

$itemtime = how long it takes to complete one cycle of work to $eachitem, this is fixed at 13 seconds

So $itemtime * $eachtime * $items = $totaltime

I was trying to use

If TimerDiff($time) > $totaltime Then Exit

Getting the input like this

SplashTextOn("Auto RE setup", "Please enter the total number of items to work with", 400, 100, -1, -1, 1, "Ariel", 15)

While 1

Sleep ( 100 )

$items = Number(InputBox( "Setup Continued", "Please enter that data" ))

ExitLoop

Wend

SplashTextOn("Auto RE setup", "Please enter the total number times you want to work with that item", 400, 100, -1, -1, 1, "Ariel", 15)

While 1

Sleep ( 100 )

$eachitem = Number(InputBox( "Setup Continued", "Please enter that data" ))

ExitLoop

Wend

$totaltime = $eachitem * $items * itemtime

I guess I'm just having an issue with how to get to totaltime once I have all the info.

Edited by Cuervo

-Tim

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