[Tutor] Accuracy of time.sleep()
R. Alan Monroe
amonroe at columbus.rr.com
Sat Dec 4 18:52:37 CET 2004
> IMO, instead of doing this you should use cron to make your script
> start at 08:05. It's probably cleaner.
> (and yes, there are some versions of cron for Windows -- I don't know
> where they can be found, but I used one called nnCron Lite at my job
> this summer)
There's the "at" commandline tool, and the Scheduled Tasks Control
Panel, both built in to Windows.
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