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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.DeleteTemporaryTimers

Name DeleteTemporaryTimers
Type Method
Summary Deletes all temporary timers
Prototype long DeleteTemporaryTimers();

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Deletes all timers marked as "temporary".

The intention here is to provide a quick way of restoring the world to how it would be after loading (since temporary timers are not loaded from the world file).

You might also use this if a runaway script created too many temporary timers with "DoAfter" or similar.

Note: Available in version 3.18 onwards.

VBscript example
Jscript example
world.DeleteTemporaryTimers ();
PerlScript example
$world->DeleteTemporaryTimers ();
Python example
Lua example
DeleteTemporaryTimers ()
Returns Returns a count of the number of timers deleted.
Introduced in version 3.18

See also ...

Function Description
AddTimer Adds a timer
DeleteTemporaryAliases Deletes all temporary aliases
DeleteTemporaryTriggers Deletes all temporary triggers
DoAfter Adds a one-shot, temporary timer - simplified interface
DoAfterNote Adds a one-shot, temporary note timer - simplified interface
DoAfterSpeedWalk Adds a one-shot, temporary speedwalk timer - simplified interface

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