ID:2129182   Aug 9 2016, 6:59 am Pretty simple conversion of Ticks or Seconds into a list of Days, Hours, Minutes and Seconds (and Ticks). Can be useful for quickly displaying time in a user friendly format while allowing you to work with the smallest measurements. Lib: ```#define TICKS_IN_A_SECOND 10#define SECONDS_IN_A_MINUTE 60#define MINUTES_IN_AN_HOUR 60#define HOURS_IN_A_DAY 24proc/tickConversion(var/totalTicks as num) var/ticks = totalTicks % TICKS_IN_A_SECOND var/totalSeconds = round(totalTicks / TICKS_IN_A_SECOND) var/seconds = totalSeconds % SECONDS_IN_A_MINUTE var/totalMinutes = round(totalSeconds / SECONDS_IN_A_MINUTE) var/minutes = totalMinutes % MINUTES_IN_AN_HOUR var/totalHours = round(totalMinutes / MINUTES_IN_AN_HOUR) var/hours = totalHours % HOURS_IN_A_DAY var/days = round(totalHours / HOURS_IN_A_DAY) var/list/L = list(ticks,seconds,minutes,hours,days) return Lproc/secondConversion(var/totalSeconds as num) var/seconds = totalSeconds % SECONDS_IN_A_MINUTE var/totalMinutes = round(totalSeconds / SECONDS_IN_A_MINUTE) var/minutes = totalMinutes % MINUTES_IN_AN_HOUR var/totalHours = round(totalMinutes / MINUTES_IN_AN_HOUR) var/hours = totalHours % HOURS_IN_A_DAY var/days = round(totalHours / HOURS_IN_A_DAY) var/list/L = list(seconds,minutes,hours,days) return L ``` Format: ```var/list/L = tickConversion(value) // L[1] is the ticks // L[2] is the seconds // L[3] is the minutes // L[4] is the hours // L[5] is the daysvar/list/L = secondConversion(value) // L[1] is the seconds // L[2] is the minutes // L[3] is the hours // L[4] is the days ```
 <-> Aug 9 2016, 2:00 pm Could have it stored in the list under keys as well, that way we can just call L ["hour"] or even use byonds time2text as a reference for how to name the keys.
 <-> Aug 9 2016, 3:57 pm You could also use a define as an alias for the keys ```#define TIME_TICKS 1#define TIME_SECONDS 2#define TIME_MINUTES 3#define TIME_HOURS 4#define TIME_DAYS 5/proc/getCooldown(value) . = tickConversion(value) if(.[TIME_TICKS] >= 1) return . return null ```