How do you use Wait until Unix Timestamp?

#1

I have the Wait until Unix timestamp But I dunno how to use it. Well I know how, but what are the numbers? I tried using the structure of 1558628000 and set image circle and it did! But when I did multiply by 3 it still showed? So what number do I use?

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#2

I’ve never tried to use it, but maybe @Petrichor can help?

Here’s a unix converter website, idk if that’ll help.
https://www.unixtimestamp.com/

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#3

I already tried that site and it still didn’t work but thx

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#4

I’m not @petrichor, who seems to be an expert on all of this, but I do remember him saying that it was in milliseconds.

I used https://www.unixtimestamp.com/ from @tankt2016 to check your timestamps.
Because it is in milliseconds I needed to remove the last 3 digits from the number to get it in seconds so it can be cinverted on that website.
1558628000 is wait until January 19th 1970.
1558628000*3 is 4675884000 whcih is wait untill Febuary 24th 1970.
Both have happened a little bit ago, I think.

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#5

Is that Unix timestamp in milliseconds? If not, multiply it by 1000 first.


@Peppywafer21’s solution is correct.

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#6

I didn’t do that thank you

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#7

@PeppyWafer21 and @Petrichor it still doesn’t work

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#8

1558644555 is in seconds. Multiply it by 1000 to get milliseconds.

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#9

I forgot but I did it again and still

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#10

Wait it worked!

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#11

@Petrichor how do I find the current time?

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#12

Just google current unix timestamp then multiply it by 1000.

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#13

But repeatedly

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#14

Oh in the project?
You need to figure out each digit, but be sure to keep in mind that if you go too high, the rule that was checking will not be able to check anything anymore.

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#15

The numbers are the parameters. It shows how long that the commands will wait in milliseconds. One second is 1K (1,000) milliseconds.

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#16

Well technically 1 second is 9984.3 milliseconds as a block takes about 16.7 seconds to run but yeah, 1k milliseconds is 1 seconds.

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#17

@CreationsOfaNoob @ThinBuffalo @CodeHelp I am making this project:


And need help with coding the seconds… may you help me?

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#18

I think Petrichor uses Unix

Maybe he can help

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#19

Yes but he uses it in a very basic way… that won’t help

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#20

Tagged codehelp

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