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Started by _iPhoenix_, February 25, 2018, 03:50:37 PM
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//Note that the startTmr token is essentially a variable holding a number that represents the current //time, and the checkTmr( command essentially takes the current value of startTmr at execution and//subtracts the value stored in the provided variable from it.//Initialize a timer to variable A by storing the current time to AstartTmr->A<put code to execute while clock is running here>//Get the amount of time elapsed since the time was stored to A, and store it to B, for safe keeping. Optionally, you can even store it back into A.checkTmr(A->B//note that the clock still technically runs here, so none of the calculations here can use the timer stored in A.<put code to execute while clock is paused here>//Take the current time, and move backwards B seconds, storing it back into AstartTmr-B->A
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