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Event handlers from clock time

New Here ,
May 05, 2010 May 05, 2010

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I would like to base some event handlers on clock times on a 24 hour schedule... is this possible?

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May 06, 2010 May 06, 2010

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Like... for example..... Say I want to trigger an event at 13:00:45 is it possible to create a listener for that?

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May 06, 2010 May 06, 2010

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Hello?

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May 25, 2010 May 25, 2010

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Hi,

This should do the trick.

var t:Timer;
var currentTime:Date= new Date;
var requiredTime:Date = new Date(2010,04,25,19,53,0);// Give the time you would like to give
var delayTime:Number= requiredTime.time - currentTime.time;
t=new Timer(delayTime);
t.addEventListener(TimerEvent.TIMER,onTimer);
t.start();

The event listener should be like this:-

function onTimer(event:TimerEvent):void

{
            //Necessary handling code
}

Hope this helps

Nishad

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