hi, i have searched for a similar topic but i didn’t get any solution.
what I want is when the clock shows 19:35 it will automatically get index 2, when the clock shows 20:56 it will get index 3, and so on.
so that it still gets the index even though the time does not match the value in the list.
December 10, 2020, 10:48am
Maybe that …
Did you try to compare if the time is greater than 19:24 and less or equal than 20:30 … index = 2?
If > 20:30 And <= 21:25 index = 3
If > 21:25 And <= 22:17 index = 4…
So I Am Here With My Second Extension
Special Thanks To @vknow360 For This Great Idea
Special Thanks To @help_cttricks For Making Get online time component
It Helps You With Time , The Functions Which Take So Much Blocks To Complete can be done with just a Block.It Have 10 Blocks. You Can Also Get Online Time With It
You Can Suggest Me A Good Function To Implement
GetOnlineTime_INDIA - This block will call the Online/internet time.Time region …
is it possible if I manage the list on a custom basis every day?
I’ve solved your problem, this way.
Index_time.aia (6.1 KB)
hope this helps you mas broh
Tengkyu mas broh
I want to custom set the length of the list, sometimes the list length is 50, sometimes 20, it changes every day.
whether your block will solve this problem.
The list length in the question is only 5, but that’s just an example.
is it possible to dynamically create blocks.???
I think it’s possible. add times to the list and change the procedure. I’m sure you will get the index
December 11, 2020, 11:58am
What do you want to do if clock is 23:31
use index 1
December 11, 2020, 12:29pm
@sugarlesscreator and @Boban
your answers have helped my project 80%
nice to be here.
I will develop, to get 100%
Another workaround is to convert them to milliseconds and compare them using math blocks and loops.
January 10, 2021, 6:13pm
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