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Re: stop watch timer

I think its rather confusing when it goes from 0:9 to 0:10

Can I suggest changing the code so it always shows two digits for minutes and seconds e.g. 00:07 rather than 0:7

Even better for a true stopclock, add time to centiseconds e.g. 00:01:35

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Re: stop watch timer

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I think its rather confusing when it goes from 0:9 to 0:10

Can I suggest changing the code so it always shows two digits for minutes and seconds e.g. 00:07 rather than 0:7

Even better for a true stopclock, add time to centiseconds e.g. 00:01:35

TIA!

It's was just copied as is from a fitness program I'm working on feel free to edit what you want if it helps all well and good

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