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Uptime probs #44088 25/08/03 02:21 PM
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i am doing a sys info dialog, but when i get to the uptime parts i want the to count as the uptime increases, so u put them on a 1 second timer, that was te easy bit, the hard bit is, how do i get it to display it in 0Weeks 0Days 0hours 0Mins 0secons


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Re: Uptime probs #44089 25/08/03 03:27 PM
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$duration($calc($uptime(system) / 1000))

Or if you want to split it up:

var %uptime = $duration($calc($uptime(system) / 1000))
var %secs = $gettok(%uptime,-1,32)
var %mins = $gettok(%uptime,-2,32)
var %hours = $gettok(%uptime,-3,32)
;etc


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Re: Uptime probs #44090 25/08/03 03:39 PM
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it works ty ty


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Re: Uptime probs #44091 25/08/03 03:55 PM
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Or just $uptime(system,3)


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Re: Uptime probs #44092 26/08/03 11:48 AM
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Didn't think of that, or even better:
$uptime(system,1)


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