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  1. Simple Count Down
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    This is a highly configurable countdown sidebar widget for WordPress. Configure a date to count down to, a message to show and add the widget to the sidebar.Requirements:- WordPress 2.0 or HigherInstallation:- Unpack and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
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    Stoper class can start measuring time by taking note of the current time in microseconds. The end time is also recorder and the difference is calculated. Requirements: PHP 5.0 or higher Limitations: The code and comments are in Polish.
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    microtime can start measuring the time at any point of a PHP script taking note of the current time in microseconds. Once time measuring is stopped, the time that elapsed since the beginning is returned. Requirements: PHP 4.0 or higher
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    TimeConsumer can start measuring the time different sections of the script take to execute. Each section can have a different name. The measurement can be stopped and the time each section took to finish can be displayed. Requirements: PHP 5.0 or higher
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    Benchmark stopwatch can start measuring the time in milliseconds that passes since any given point of a PHP script. It can also suspend and resume the time measuring any time later in the script. A formatted string representing the lists of periods of time registered is returned. Requirements: PHP 5.0 or higher
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    The remaining time can be displayed in different languages using translation texts that can be passed at runtime.
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    Display a list of 'days until' a set of events, includes a simple example and a more complex one as child classes. Could easily be extended to multi-user and notifications via email by adding a user table and owner columns. Written to MySQL but db access is simple enough to adapt.
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