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Hey guys.

Heres my code whats wrong and how do i add to it

Func CreateGame()
    Local $starttime = _Timer_Init()
    If _Timer_Diff($starttime) >= 60000; 60 seconds
        $Message = "were creating a game now!"
    Chat()
    Stats()

    MouseClick("left", 640, 485)
    Sleep($ClickDelay)

    $GameLength = Random(10, 15)
    $PassLength = Random(10, 15)

    For $x2 = 0 To $GameLength
        $Random = Random(97, 122)
        Send(Chr($Random))
    Next

    Sleep($KeyDelay)
    Send("{TAB}")
    Sleep($KeyDelay)

    For $x3 = 0 To $PassLength
        $Random = Random(97, 122)
        Send(Chr($Random))
    Next

    Sleep($KeyDelay)
    Send("{ENTER}")
    Sleep($KeyDelay)

    $GamesMade = $GamesMade + 1
    Stats()
    FileWriteLine($File, "Made Game: " & @HOUR & ":" & @MIN & "." & @MDAY & "/" & @MON & "/" & @YEAR & @LF)
    Sleep(3000)
    CheckIngameact1()
EndFunc  ;==>CreateGame

OK from what i think, i have it to start the timer, then if the timer is 60 seconds, it will start it.

Heres what i need to do

A) Restart the timer every gamecreate

^_^ After it completes its circlet then goes back to Func CreateGame() It will sleep until the timer = 60.

How and whats wrong :S

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What do you want it to do, what is it not doing and what have you tried so far?


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What do you want it to do, what is it not doing and what have you tried so far?

I want it to time a whole couple functions then when it returns to CreateGame() it will know wether or not the timer hit 60000

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Local variables are destroyed when you exit the function.

Func CreateGame()
    Local $starttime = _Timer_Init()

Try stripping the "local" off of that statement and parking a

Global $starttime

at the top of your script.

Er... You need to move that "TimerInit" or your "TimerDiff" somewhere else.

It's never going to hit 60000 if the preceding statement just set it to 0.

Maybe put...

Global $starttime = _Timer_Init

at the top of your script.

And, have your function begin like...

If _Timer_Diff($starttime) >= 60000 Then; 60 seconds
        $Message = "were creating a game now!"
        $starttime = _Timer_Init
    Endif
Edited by Spiff59

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