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2021-12-06 07:15:49


Is there a way to make QS sleep till the current process is completed?

For example:
Composite.Calculate("correlation","IC20");
App.Main.Sleep(10*60000);
Composite.Calculate("correlation","IC65");

How to code the second line in such a way that once the calculation of the first composite is completed, it should proceed with the next.



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2021-12-22 20:14:38

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There is no way to know then the calculation is done. Using the Sleep function is the way to go.


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