Hello again, I had a few questions related to using strings and time, as the title suggests (suggests is an understatement.) I was wondering how to save for example 65.123456789 as HH:MM:SS:miliseconds. First you would take 65.123456789 and divide it by 60 which would give you 1.085390946. Then take the one OUT of it and save just the one to Str1 (even if it was like 1.999, I would just want the 1). Subtract the 1 and multiply remander by 60, resulting in 5.123456789, then saving just the 5 to Str2. Then you subtract the 5 from the answer and multiply that by 60 again resulting in 7.40740734. Take the 7 and save it to Str3. Subtract the 7 and take the answer and multiply it by 1000, resulting in 407.4073399. Take the 407 out and save it to Str4. Also, at the beginning I already have ":"→Str0. So then you would do :Disp Str1+Str0+Str2+Str0+Str3+Str0+Str4. Which, in this case would display 1:5:7:407. If this didn't confuse you and you know the answer, please help. The main problem here is taking the whole number out, saving it to a variable, and still being able to use the decimals.
PS. If you know how to make it say 1:05:07:407, I would appreciate that too. Make it simple, and I don't like If statement BTW, so avoid those in your answer.