js file : function countdown(endT,callback) { var days,hours,minutes,sec,timer; end = new Date(endT); end = end.getTime(); //Get initial Date in Milliseconds, if (isNaN(end)) { alert('@ countdown.js @ "Invalid Date", valid format- mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss TT '); return; } timer = setInterval(calculate,1000);//Timer to calculate remaining time function calculate(){ var current = new Date(); var remaining = parseInt((end - current.getTime())/1000);//remaining seconds, if (remaining <= 0){ clearInterval(timer); days=0; hours=0; minutes=0; sec=0; display(days,hours,minutes,sec); if (typeof callback === 'function' ) { callback(); } }else{ days = parseInt(remaining/86400); remaining = (remaining%86400); hours = parseInt(remaining/3600); remaining = (remaining%3600); minutes = parseInt(remaining/60); remaining = (remaining%60); sec = parseInt(remaining); display(days,hours,minutes,sec); } …

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I have a code for countdown timer and it works perfectly fine.. <html> <title>project prelim</title> <head> <script type="text/javascript"> var ss = 10; function countdown() { ss = ss-1; if (ss<0) { window.location="testover.html"; } else { document.getElementById("countdown").innerHTML=ss; window.setTimeout("countdown()", 1000); } } </script> </head> <body onload="countdown()"> <center> <table width="100%" height="600px" style="text-align:center;"> <tr><td valign="center"><h3>Redirecting to testover <h2 id="countdown"></h2></h3></td></tr> </table> </center> </body> </html> Now if I am implementing it in a form which has a button like <form action="batman.php" method="post"> <button id="submit" type="submit" >Submit</button> </form> The code which I have does not do the form submit action. How can I make the form submit …

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Hello friends. I want to create a countdown program for the new year that is comming. I know i can use this code for example, for short certain time: from threading import Timer def sayhi(): print "hello everybody!" t = Timer(10, sayhi) t.start() But the new year begins in 29 days (2015, march 21)(at 02:15:11 AM). So i cant calculate how many seconds is left!! So what can i do? I think i should give the date to the program and it should use a calendar maybe, but i don't know how.

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Hi. I am not exactly new to python but I have never done anything related to time and I don't know how. I want to make a count down timer that starts when I start a program and then either closes when I close the program or when it counts down to zero. Please help.

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I'm trying to set a time limit of like 2 mins after time of a click event. How can I achieve this? Most of the countdown timers I see all over the internet are countdowns to dates like Aug 23, 2015

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So i made a script and it works fine but it could be better. The code will be written below, the purpose of the script is to make a beep sound when the timer runs out (that works) but i also want to show on the screen how many hours minutes and seconds it takes (and possibly days, weeks, months, years) If you run this script it will make a beep in two hours but what it will show to the user is this: 2 hours, 120 minutes and 7199 seconds 1 hours, 119 minutes and 7198 seconds So i …

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I want to do a down counter using 74ls193 .i want to start from 159 to 0 .my problem is that, i cannot make the second 7segment count from 9 to 0 because it always load 5.

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I am making an examination system desktop application in Java Swing. I have a frame named 'show_class_question' frame. This frame is used to display questions and four options from database. Whenever user clicks 'Next' button I am calling this same frame (show_class_question) again and agian from itself (self - refrencing) upto total number of questions (say 20). **show_class_question --**(user clicks next button on it)**--> show_class_question** Now I would like to add a countdown timer, whose value will be retrieved from database. I have stored minutes in database in an int column. And whenever user clicks next button the remaining time …

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Hello generous java coders!I am really in a desperate situation now. I have a working gui code here: import java.awt.event.*; import java.awt.*; import javax.swing.*; public class CountdownTimer extends JFrame { JLabel promptLabel, timerLabel; int counter; JTextField tf; JButton button; Timer timer; public CountdownTimer() { setLayout(new GridLayout(2, 2, 5, 5)); promptLabel = new JLabel("Enter time: ", SwingConstants.CENTER); add(promptLabel); tf = new JTextField(5); add(tf); button = new JButton("Start timing"); add(button); timerLabel = new JLabel("Waiting...", SwingConstants.CENTER); add(timerLabel); event e = new event(); button.addActionListener(e); } public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) { throw new UnsupportedOperationException("Not supported yet."); } public void run() { throw new UnsupportedOperationException("Not supported …

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Hello, I develop a simple script that capture the product using .net WebBrowser control. this is the link http://www.groupon.cl/descuentos/multiple-locations/desde-39900-por-8-sesiones-de-depilacion-ipl-en-axila-rebaje-de-bikini-con-opcion-a-zona-facial-en-estetica-carola-rodriguez-hasta-90-off I have a problem in getting the time in jquery count donw control. Please help me to find a solution. Regards, jeffrey

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I would like to create a countdown column in a gridview, based on a date in another BondFiled column in the same gridview.

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Hi all. I've taken a long break from my C++ studies but I'm now being shoved into finding an internship for school so I figured I'd play around and brush up on my coding. I've written this simple tabata countdown timer and I would like opinions on how it could be streamlined or written more efficiently. Also, I realize the way I wrote it makes it completely non-portable, but it suits my needs just fine for my personal use on my Debian box. Suggestions regarding how to make it portable are welcome as well, as I don't really have a …

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Hello, I'm researching on android game development, especially the SurfaceView method to make simple 2D game. I've learnt about SurfaceView and a gameloop to call the overridden onDraw() function. My question is, using a game loop that constantly update and draw, how can I perform some procedural task, such as 5 second-countdown before the real game begins. I understand that we can make this work by enabling countdown if (elapsedTime < 5000) like this, but I want to avoid game loop keep checking if the elapsed time is less than five seconds. Any suggestion?

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Can any body provide me countdown timer script similar to [Website](http://www.groupclone.net/) .I am searching this type of timer from 3 days.Please help me?

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I'm doing a bidding listing page and I wanted to add a countdown timer to it. So, I have this Javascript countdown function which is modified from [url]http://keith-wood.name/countdownBasics.html[/url]. I'm supposed to pass the ending time to variable t. I have no problems passing in a direct value such as 2011:11:11 12:00:00, however I want to pass the datetime value from another MySQL column, which is 'ending_time'. [CODE]$(function () { var t = ( /*pass the ending time values here. */ ).split(/[- :]/); var d = new Date(t[0], t[1]-1, t[2], t[3], t[4], t[5]); $('.defaultCountdown').countdown({until: d}); });[/CODE] I wanted to do a …

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[CODE]Public Class frm_Main Private Sub btn_Start_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btn_Start.Click Timer1.Start() End Sub Private Sub btn_Stop_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btn_Stop.Click Timer1.Stop() End Sub Private Sub btn_Reset_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btn_Reset.Click tbx_Min.Text = "10" tbx_Sec.Text = "00" tbx_MilSec.Text = "00" Timer1.Stop() End Sub Private Sub Timer1_Tick(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Timer1.Tick Do Until tbx_Min.Text = "00" Do Until tbx_Sec.Text = "00" Do Until tbx_MilSec.Text = "00" Dim MilSec1 As Integer MilSec1 = tbx_MilSec.Text MilSec1 = MilSec1 - 1 tbx_MilSec.Text = MilSec1 Loop …

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Hello, What I am trying to do is restrict access to something if 48 hours hasn't passed since the last access. I have a MySQL table with the last access time (col name: lastAccess). If they are within the 48hours, deny access and tell them how many hours and minutes until they can access it again, otherwise, let them through, Here is my not-working code. [CODE] $q = mysql_query("SELECT lastAccess FROM access"); $a = mysql_fetch_array($q); $access = $a['lastAccess']; if(strtotime("+48 hours", $access) >= time()){ echo "Access Granted"; }else{ echo "No Access! You have __ hours and __ minutes left."; } [/CODE] …

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Hello. I am new here so if I make a mistake in any way I apologize. I have a project that I need help with. I am trying to make a countdown timer that countdown 60min to 0sec using microcontroller AT89S8253. A buzzer will sound at 0 sec. My problem is that I do not know how to write in assembly language. So I need help mostly in that. p.s if you can throw in some circuit diagram, I am so grateful to you!!!

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Hi All, I try to make count down timer but. This following is my code but it just decrease one time and stop. [CODE]Dim TCount As Integer Private Sub Form_Load() TCount = 30 Label1.Caption = "30" End Sub Private Sub Timer1_Timer() Label1.Caption = TCount - 1 If TCount = 0 Then Msgbox "Time's UP!" End If End Sub[/CODE] Please Help. Thank you

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I'm a beginner student learning Visual Basic 2010, and im trying to create an auction countdown timer in my form but I'm not sure how to do it. The countdown timer Im interested in would be similar to the ones found in BeezID or Swoopco, where the timer continuously counts down, then when a person makes a bid, the timer goes up by 5-10 seconds and continues the countdown. Can someone help me with the code? I searched google and found posts on similar topics, but nothing seemed to match what I'm looking for. Thank you, LV

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Hello all, I am trying to make a program in visual basic 2010 where the user enters hours minutes and seconds into text boxes and then the program will count down from that until its equal to 0 when a msgbox appears and says its finished. I was converting hour entered, minutes entered, and seconds entered all into seconds and then having a timer subtract 1 from that until its equal to 0. But the problem I'm having is that I want to display the hours,minutes, and seconds left in a label to the user in a format of: "hours: …

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Hello. How can i make count-down timer on MFC program? Thank you

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hello friend s i am making the simple timer module which will display time in count down format as if user wnters 1 hour 3 mins and 30 sec so it will count in revers i have almost half code done but afer trying the all tricks and logic i didnt got any thing the out put is not proper as which i want the code is as follows [CODE]Public Class Form1 Public hh As Integer Public mm As Integer Public ss As Integer Public totalsec As Integer Public timercount As Integer Public temp As Integer Private Sub TextBox1_TextChanged(ByVal sender …

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I'm having some trouble with some code, I found a script that makes a countdown then sends you to another page, I like the script a lot, I tried editing it to change its look, in this case its font, does this look right to you, I notice its colour is black and not white, can you see errors there at the top in defining its font? [CODE]<span id="countDownText +countDownTime+" style="font-size: 14px; font-family: Arial, sans-serif color: #FFFFFF; </span> <h1 align="center"> <script language="JavaScript"> var countDownInterval=15; var countDownTime=countDownInterval+1; function countDown(){ countDownTime--; if (countDownTime <=0){ countDownTime=countDownInterval; clearTimeout(counter) window.location="IT Reveal.html"; return } if (document.all) …

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