ScottD edited this page Jan 11, 2017 · 2 revisions

The Timerclass constructs an objects that allows you to create a delay between other Jewelbot functions or keep track of time since the program started running.


Timer timer;
//naming the variable type and then the name of variable.


Property Type Value/Description
uint32_t number Time is milliseconds. It is the time for how long you wish to delay for.


  • .pause(uint32_t milliseconds) This function pauses your Jewelbot.

    Timer timer;
    timer.pause(1000); //this pauses your Jewelbot for 1 second.
  • .runtime_ms() This function returns the number of milliseconds since the program finished starting up the hardware. The return value is of type uint32_t.

    Timer timer;
    uint32_t how_long = timer.runtime_ms();
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