Countdown is a small Perl script using the Date::Manip library to display a countdown to the next event listed in the configuration file. Output is either text or HTML, switchable by a commandline parameter.
Timer: A function that lets the wearer keep track of how much of a pre-set period of time has elapsed. Some countdown timers sound a warning signal a few seconds before time runs out -- these are useful in events such as yacht races, where a sailor must maneuver a boat into position before the start of a race.
another hand in house script we offer that allows Admins to run a countdown to a specific event that will display on all your board's pages. You set this in the Admin Center inputting a time and event that is happening when the time runs out.
counting backward from an arbitrary number to indicate the time remaining before some event (such as launching a space vehicle)
Timer enables wearer to keep track of set period of time.
A step-by-step process leading to a climactic event such as the firing of a space launch vehicle.
This is the time that passes before the shuttle launches; this is also when all pre-flight activities are performed.
A count in inverse numerical order, in hours, minutes and finally seconds, of time remaining before the launch of a rocket.
This wizard will produce a script that counts down to a specific event. Just enter the details and the job is done.
Function that uses an adjustable counter that counts backward.
A countdown is the backward counting to indicate the seconds, days, etc. remaining before an event occurs or a deadline expires. Typical events for which a countdown is used include the launch of a rocket or spacecraft, the explosion of a bomb, the start of a race, or the New Year.