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  • WLanguage functions that use the Chrono type
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The Chrono type is used to define all the advanced characteristics of a stopwatch. The characteristics of this stopwatch can be defined and changed using different WLanguage properties.
Remark: For more details on the declaration of this type of variable and the use of WLanguage properties, see Declaring a variable.
New in version 28
Android This type of variable is now available for Android applications.
Android Widget This type of variable is now available in Android widget mode.
Java This type of variable is now available for Java applications.
Example
c is Chrono
ChronoStart(c)
...
// Stopwatch code
...
ChronoEnd(c)
Remarks

Properties specific to the description of Chrono variables

The following properties can be used to handle a Chrono variable:
Property nameType usedEffect
StartedBoolean
  • True if the stopwatch is started,
  • False otherwise.
This property is read-only.
ValueDuration Timed elapsed.
Remark: This property corresponds to the result of ChronoValue.
This property is read-only.

WLanguage functions that use the Chrono type

  • The following functions use the Chrono type:
    ChronoStartStarts a stopwatch to measure the duration of a process (in milliseconds) and resets a running stopwatch.
    ChronoEndStops a stopwatch and returns the time elapsed (in milliseconds) since the start of timing (call to ChronoStart).
    ChronoPausePauses a stopwatch in order to measure the time spent on a process.
    ChronoResetStops and resets a running stopwatch.
    ChronoResumeRestarts a stopwatch that was stopped by ChronoEnd or ChronoPause.
    ChronoValueIndicates the time elapsed (in milliseconds) since the call to ChronoStart.
  • The following functions use the Chrono type (prefix syntax):
    <Chrono>.StartStarts a stopwatch to measure the duration of a process (in milliseconds) and resets a running stopwatch.
    <Chrono>.EndStops a stopwatch and returns the time elapsed (in milliseconds) since the start of timing (call to <Chrono>.Start).
    <Chrono>.PausePauses a stopwatch in order to measure the time spent on a process.
    <Chrono>.ResetStops and resets a running stopwatch.
    <Chrono>.ResumeResumes a stopwatch previously stopped by <Chrono>.Fin or <Chrono>.Pause.
Minimum version required
  • Version 24
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