Neat, two statements differing by a factor of 10, when only one is needed anyway.
The oddity of having two apart, all the times are of course held in binary in seconds since some arbitrary date.
There are a number of functions that convert one to a date, or the difference between two values to an elapsed time.
Now, if the latter function were dividing the elapsed number of seconds by a factor of 10 or 100 too much ..., and the two lines are using two different functions?
Which the current waiting time is using, factor 10 or 100, is something requiring empirical observation.
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Edited by RobertoS (Sun 13-Feb-11 10:21:51)