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<dd class="notedate">Posted on February 12, 2007 - 20:16</dd>
 
<dd class="notedate">Posted on February 12, 2007 - 20:16</dd>
 
<dt class="note">'''[[User:Kronzky|Kronzky]]'''</dt><dd class="note">Sleep durations between .0005 and .02 will cause the same delay (roughly .02 seconds).<br>Delays of .0005 and less have '''no''' effect.</dd>
 
<dt class="note">'''[[User:Kronzky|Kronzky]]'''</dt><dd class="note">Sleep durations between .0005 and .02 will cause the same delay (roughly .02 seconds).<br>Delays of .0005 and less have '''no''' effect.</dd>
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<dt class="note">'''[[User:Sbsmac|Sbsmac]]'''</dt><dd class="note">The comment above is a little misleading. The game engine appears to work by processing frames and then checking to see whether scripts are available to execute.  Sleep causes the script/function to be suspended until at least the specified time has elapsed.  To wait for the next frame, or give other scripts a chance to run, use Sleep 0.001.  Note that Sleep 0 causes the game to hang and should therefore be avoided.</dd>
 
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Revision as of 22:32, 13 February 2007

Introduced with Armed Assault version 1.00
  

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Introduced in

Game:
Armed Assault
Version:
1.00

Description

Description:
Suspend execution of Function or SQF Script for given time.

Syntax

Syntax:
sleep delay
Parameters:
delay: Number
Return Value:
Nothing

Examples

Example 1:
sleep 0.5

Additional Information

Multiplayer:
-
See also:
Control Structures

Notes

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Notes

Posted on December 20, 2006 - 19:53
CrashDome
Sleep suspends both SQF functions and SQF scripts. In functions, the calling script is still in suspension due to waiting for a return from the call command. The game engine will continue, however. See Function for more detail.
Posted on February 12, 2007 - 20:16
Kronzky
Sleep durations between .0005 and .02 will cause the same delay (roughly .02 seconds).
Delays of .0005 and less have no effect.
Sbsmac
The comment above is a little misleading. The game engine appears to work by processing frames and then checking to see whether scripts are available to execute. Sleep causes the script/function to be suspended until at least the specified time has elapsed. To wait for the next frame, or give other scripts a chance to run, use Sleep 0.001. Note that Sleep 0 causes the game to hang and should therefore be avoided.

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