[Guide to AmigaDOS 3\Wait] 


Format: WAIT [<n>] [SEC|SECS] [MIN|MINS] [UNTIL <time>] Template: /N, SEC=SECS/S, MIN=MINS/S, UNTIL/K Purpose: To wait for the specified time. Path: C:WAIT Specification: WAIT is used in command sequences or after RUN to wait for a certain period, or to wait until a certain time. Unless you specify otherwise, the waiting period is one second. The <n> argument specifies the number of seconds (or minutes, if MINS is given) to wait. Use the keyword UNTIL to wait until a particular time of the day, given in the format HH:MM. Example 1: 1> WAIT 10 MINS Waits ten minutes. Example 2: 1> WAIT UNTIL 21:15 Waits until 9:15 p.m.

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