RPG Reversing time code

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Coding
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RPG ILE
I doing online testing process in that I want to validate the time for each question. I want to show the remaining time for the particular question in RPG ILE concepts. Can anyone help me out?

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AS400 RPGLE

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  • philpl1jb
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  • TomLiotta

    I want to show the remaining time...

    How do you want to "show" it? Perhaps a basic screen layout would help us, along with a simple description of the behavior you expect. Screen text should be good enough for a 'screen image'.

    Tom

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  • ToddN2000
    What type of interface are you using? A green screen or a GUI ? How do you plan on showing the remaining time? Like a changing count down timer or static field with time left since last question answered. Personally I have never seen a actual timer function (either up or down) work in the green screen world. Check out Philpl1jb's link or provide more info like Tom mentioned and we will take a look.
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  • TomLiotta
    A live countdown timer shown on-screen isn't particularly difficult, but the methods are dependent on the rest of the screen processing. More needs to be known. -- Tom
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