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timeInQueue = GetBattlefieldTimeWaited();
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timeInQueue = GetBattlefieldTimeWaited( battlegroundQueuePosition );
   
 
Get time this player's been in the queue in milliseconds
 
Get time this player's been in the queue in milliseconds
   
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== Function Parameters ==
;''Returns''
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=== Arguments ===
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;battlegroundQueuePosition : Integer - The queue position.
   
:;timeInQueue : Integer - Milliseconds this player has been waiting in the queue
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=== Returns ===
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;timeInQueue : Integer - Milliseconds this player has been waiting in the queue
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== Example ==
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You queue up for Arathi Basin and Alterac Valley.
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x = GetBattlefieldTimeWaited(1); # Arathi Basin
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y = GetBattlefieldTimeWaited(2); # Alterac Valley
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As soon as the join message appears, that slot is "empty" (returns 0) but they are not reordered, queuing up again will use the lowest slot available.

Latest revision as of 01:28, July 6, 2008

WoW API < GetBattlefieldTimeWaited
timeInQueue = GetBattlefieldTimeWaited( battlegroundQueuePosition );

Get time this player's been in the queue in milliseconds

Function Parameters Edit

Arguments Edit

battlegroundQueuePosition 
Integer - The queue position.

Returns Edit

timeInQueue 
Integer - Milliseconds this player has been waiting in the queue

Example Edit

You queue up for Arathi Basin and Alterac Valley.

x = GetBattlefieldTimeWaited(1); # Arathi Basin

y = GetBattlefieldTimeWaited(2); # Alterac Valley

As soon as the join message appears, that slot is "empty" (returns 0) but they are not reordered, queuing up again will use the lowest slot available.

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