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Old 09-12-2018 , 09:15   Repeatable Timer & Client Index
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Hello!

I have a quick question in regard to what I am coding:
PHP Code:
#include <sourcemod>

#define CONFIG "addons/sourcemod/configs/commandcooldown.cfg"

StringMap g_hHashMap;
Handle g_hTimer[MAXPLAYERS+1];
int g_iTimeleft[MAXPLAYERS+1];

public 
void OnPluginStart()
{
    
BrowseKeyValues();
}

public 
void OnClientDisconnect(int client)
{
    
delete g_hTimer[client];
    
g_iTimeleft[client] = 0;
}

public 
Action OnCommand(int client, const char[] commandint argc)
{
    if (
g_iTimeleft[client])
    {
        
ReplyToCommand(client"[SM] You cannot use this command again for %i seconds."g_iTimeleft[client]);
        return 
Plugin_Handled;
    } else {
        
g_hHashMap.GetValue(commandg_iTimeleft[client]);
        
g_hTimer[client] = CreateTimer(1.0Timer_CallbackclientTIMER_REPEAT);
    }

    return 
Plugin_Continue;
}

public 
Action Timer_Callback(Handle timerint client)
{
    
g_iTimeleft[client]--;
    if (!
g_iTimeleft[client])
    {
        
g_hTimer[client] = null;
        return 
Plugin_Stop;
    }

    return 
Plugin_Continue;
}

void BrowseKeyValues()
{
    
delete g_hHashMap;
    
KeyValues kv = new KeyValues("Command Cooldown");
    if (!
FileExists(CONFIG))
    {
        
kv.SetString("kill""30");
        
kv.Rewind();
        
kv.ExportToFile(CONFIG);
    }

    if (!
kv.ImportFromFile(CONFIG) || !kv.GotoFirstSubKey(false))
    {
        
delete kv;
        
SetFailState("Failure parsing the config file %s!"CONFIG);
    }

    
g_hHashMap = new StringMap();
    
char command[64];
    
int cooldown;
    do {
        
kv.GetSectionName(commandsizeof(command));
        
kv.GotoFirstSubKey(false);
        
cooldown kv.GetNum(NULL_STRING);
        
g_hHashMap.SetValue(commandcooldown);
        
AddCommandListener(OnCommandcommand);
        
LogMessage("Added %i second cooldown for command %s."cooldowncommand);
    } while 
kv.GotoNextKey(false);
    
delete kv;

Do I need to pass the client's UserID instead of their index or not (in the CreateTimer() function)? By my understanding, since I am assigning the timer handle to each client specifically, then I don't need to.

Thanks,
Grant
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Last edited by ThatKidWhoGames; 09-12-2018 at 11:22.
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Old 09-12-2018 , 11:17   Re: Repeatable Timer & Client Index
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The reason for passing user IDs instead of client IDs is to ensure that it's the same client once the timer callback actually happens. In your case, you're killing the timers when they disconnect, which achieves the same thing.
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Old 09-12-2018 , 11:21   Re: Repeatable Timer & Client Index
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Quote:
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The reason for passing user IDs instead of client IDs is to ensure that it's the same client once the timer callback actually happens. In your case, you're killing the timers when they disconnect, which achieves the same thing.
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