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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.EnableTimer


Name EnableTimer
Type Method
Summary Enables or disables an timer
Prototype long EnableTimer(BSTR TimerName, BOOL Enabled);

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Description

Enables or disables the named timer. An enabled timer is "active", otherwise it is ignored when processing periodic events.

VBscript example
world.EnableTimer "heartbeat", TRUE
Jscript example
world.EnableTimer("heartbeat", true);
PerlScript example
$world->EnableTimer("heartbeat", true);
Python example
world.EnableTimer("heartbeat", True)
Lua example
EnableTimer("heartbeat", true)
Lua notes
The enabled flag is optional, and defaults to true.
Returns eInvalidObjectLabel: The timer name is not valid
eTimerNotFound: The named timer does not exist
eOK: completed OK

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See also ...

Function Description
DeleteTimer Deletes a timer
GetTimer Gets details about a timer
GetTimerInfo Gets details about a timer
GetTimerList Gets the list of timers
IsTimer Tests to see if a timer exists
ResetTimer Resets a named timer
ResetTimers Resets all timers

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