I need a count down timer that can display second:miliseconds format, I found one that I figured I could modify it to show this like 4:92 but it doesn't want to work for me for some reason. It works fine on the site, but I try and put it into my...
Is there any way to get this to run a stopwatch? I dont need any start or stop buttons, it should just run a stopwatch when the page loads and the stopwatch needs to keep running.  I have gotten everything else to work, but I cannot find a function t...
As a java script beginner, I wanted to try my hand at writing stop watch code and I wrote the following:  <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body>     <p>A script on this page starts a stopwatch:</p>     <p id="demo">...
I've got a basic stopwatch here, but the problem is I think it begins counting when the page loads as opposed to when the start button is clicked. Likewise, when you reset and start again the same problem happens.   <form>     <input typ...
i am trying to display multiple Running Times in a table.  The table has 3 columns (nr, name, time). The time is displayed in that format 'hh:mm:ss.f', that means that i update the time every 100ms.   function updateTimes() {     setTimeout(u...
I check response time of a website in c# with httpwebrequest and measure the time with stopwatch. How to do a webrequest and a good way as stopwatch to check the time with javascript?  Here is my c# sample.   Uri URL = new Uri("http://www.example...
I am implementing a stopwatch by using Javascript. I have basic html document setup and a javascript file called stopwatch.js in which I have the following code. I make use of setInterval function to execute the clockRunning function every 1 second(1...
I'm trying to self-taugh JavaScript and while doing some texts with a stopwatch I got lost into this problem. It's working but it's always starting on 95:34:47 instead of 00:00:00  This is what i tried so far.      <script>...
So I made a simple timer in a format like this: MM:SS.MS  You can view it here [removed] It works fine in chrome, IE, etc. but in Firefox the seconds are like twice as long..  I took a look at some other stopwatches, but I don't quit understand t...
I've got a stopwatch app that stores the times in an array. The JS counts milliseconds from when the timer is started, then converts those milliseconds into seconds and minutes, and outputs that as a string.   What I'm trying to do is calcula...

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