Player Duration to hh:mm:ss

Garrett Hylltun garretthylltun at gmail.com
Mon Dec 19 17:13:03 EST 2005


This is exactly what I wanted to do!  Thanks :-)

-Garrett

On Dec 19, 2005, at 11:40 AM, Bill Marriott wrote:

> There is no built-in function, but the custom function below (place  
> it in
> the stack script) should get you started:
>
> ===================================
>
> function ConvertSeconds mySecondsTime
>
>   if isNumber(mySecondsTime) then
>
>     -- 3600 seconds in an hour
>     put the trunc of (mySecondsTime / 3600) into myHours
>     if myHours < 10 then put "0" before myHours -- leading zero
>
>     -- 60 seconds in a minute
>     put the trunc of ((mySecondsTime - (3600 * myHours)) / 60) into
> myMinutes
>     if myMinutes < 10 then put "0" before MyMinutes -- leading zero
>
>     -- the remainder is seconds
>     put mySecondsTime - 3600 * myHours - 60 * myMinutes into mySeconds
>     if mySeconds < 10 then put "0" before MySeconds -- leading zero
>     return myHours & ":" & myMinutes & ":" & mySeconds
>
>   else
>
>     return "Error: ConvertSeconds() requires a number"
>
>   end if
>
> end ConvertSeconds
>
> ===================================
>
>> From this you can use ConvertSeconds(number) from any handler in  
>> the stack
> to get the result you want.
>
> Example:
>
> ConvertSeconds(60) returns "00:01:00"
> ConvertSeconds(121.5) returns "00:02:01.5"
>
> - Bill

[snip]




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