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   *   
 
   *   
 
   *  Input number of seconds, function will return a string with Days, Hours, Minutes, Seconds
 
   *  Input number of seconds, function will return a string with Days, Hours, Minutes, Seconds
   *  Corrections by Traven Sachs to Display Correct Output allowing for 0 seconds or more than 1 day 19-Feb-2011
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   *  Corrections by Traven Sachs to Display Correct Output allowing for 0 seconds or more than 1 day  
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  *    and improve readability with whitespace 19-Feb-2011
 
   */
 
   */
  
string getTime(integer secs){
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string getTime(integer secs)
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{
 
     string timeStr;
 
     string timeStr;
 
     integer days;
 
     integer days;
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     integer minutes;
 
     integer minutes;
 
   
 
   
     if (secs>=86400){
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     if (secs>=86400)
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    {
 
         days=llFloor(secs/86400);
 
         days=llFloor(secs/86400);
 
         secs=secs%86400;
 
         secs=secs%86400;
 
         timeStr+=(string)days+" day";
 
         timeStr+=(string)days+" day";
         if (days>1) {timeStr+="s";}
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         if (days>1)  
         if(secs>0) {timeStr+=", ";}
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        {
 +
            timeStr+="s";
 +
        }
 +
         if(secs>0)  
 +
        {
 +
            timeStr+=", ";
 +
        }
 
     }
 
     }
     if(secs>=3600){
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     if(secs>=3600)
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    {
 
         hours=llFloor(secs/3600);
 
         hours=llFloor(secs/3600);
 
         secs=secs%3600;
 
         secs=secs%3600;
 
         timeStr+=(string)hours+" hour";
 
         timeStr+=(string)hours+" hour";
         if(hours!=1){timeStr+="s";}
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         if(hours!=1)
         if(secs>0){timeStr+=", ";}
+
        {
 +
            timeStr+="s";
 +
        }
 +
         if(secs>0)
 +
        {
 +
            timeStr+=", ";
 +
        }
 
     }
 
     }
     if(secs>=60){
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     if(secs>=60)
 +
    {
 
         minutes=llFloor(secs/60);
 
         minutes=llFloor(secs/60);
 
         secs=secs%60;
 
         secs=secs%60;
 
         timeStr+=(string)minutes+" minute";
 
         timeStr+=(string)minutes+" minute";
         if(minutes!=1){timeStr+="s";}
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         if(minutes!=1)
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        {
 +
            timeStr+="s";
 +
        }
 +
        if(secs>0)
 +
        {
 +
            timeStr+=", ";
 +
        }
 
     }
 
     }
     if (secs>0){
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     if (secs>0)
     timeStr+=", ";
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     {
    timeStr+=(string)secs+" second";
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        timeStr+=(string)secs+" second";
    if(secs!=1){timeStr+="s";}
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        if(secs!=1)
 +
        {
 +
            timeStr+="s";
 +
        }
 
     }
 
     }
 
     return timeStr;
 
     return timeStr;
}</lsl>
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}
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</lsl>

Revision as of 12:06, 19 February 2011

<lsl> /*

 *  Submitted Opensource under GPL 3.0
 *  2010 Fire Centaur
 *  Description: 
 *  
 *  Input number of seconds, function will return a string with Days, Hours, Minutes, Seconds
 *  Corrections by Traven Sachs to Display Correct Output allowing for 0 seconds or more than 1 day 
 *     and improve readability with whitespace 19-Feb-2011
 */

string getTime(integer secs) {

   string timeStr;
   integer days;
   integer hours;
   integer minutes;

   if (secs>=86400)
   {
       days=llFloor(secs/86400);
       secs=secs%86400;
       timeStr+=(string)days+" day";
       if (days>1) 
       {
           timeStr+="s";
       }
       if(secs>0) 
       {
           timeStr+=", ";
       }
   }
   if(secs>=3600)
   {
       hours=llFloor(secs/3600);
       secs=secs%3600;
       timeStr+=(string)hours+" hour";
       if(hours!=1)
       {
           timeStr+="s";
       }
       if(secs>0)
       {
           timeStr+=", ";
       }
   }
   if(secs>=60)
   {
       minutes=llFloor(secs/60);
       secs=secs%60;
       timeStr+=(string)minutes+" minute";
       if(minutes!=1)
       {
           timeStr+="s";
       }
       if(secs>0)
       {
           timeStr+=", ";
       }
   }
   if (secs>0)
   {
       timeStr+=(string)secs+" second";
       if(secs!=1)
       {
           timeStr+="s";
       }
   }
   return timeStr;

} </lsl>