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    Sprinkler Control Application

    I wrote a sprinkler control application that dynamically allocates water based on the amount of water my water district has allocated to me. To prevent run off, it cycles through all zones at 10 minute (max) intervals. If anyone would like a copy, please email me or I can attach it if there is enough interest.

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    Application

    Tim, I would be interested in trying your application.

    Larry.
    -Larry

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      #3
      me too

      sounds like a good application, i'd like to give it a try

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        #4
        "allocated" ? ? ?

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          #5
          allocate

          verb {T}

          to give something to someone as their share of a total amount, for them to use in a particular way:

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            #6
            Free Dynamic Sprinkler Script

            Here is the source. I will answer any questions that someone may have on it. I apologize up front for any poor programming techniques (use of globals, no call by ref). I haven't seriously looked at VBScript.
            Attached Files

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              #7
              "based on the amount of water my water district has allocated to me"

              I guess I had better take a closer look at my water bill - like the price goes up if you exceed an allocated volume per billing period?

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                #8
                Water Billing

                My bill increase as I exceed the amount alloted. I pay $X/1000 gallons as long as I stay under the allotment. After I exceed that, the 2nd tier is $1.05X/1000 gallons. There are 3rd and Yth tiers. I haven't felt their penalty above 3rd. I wrote this to try to stay within the 1st tier and I figured that they have a fair idea of how much water is needed to keep grass green in Denver.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Rupp
                  allocate

                  verb {T}

                  to give something to someone as their share of a total amount, for them to use in a particular way:

                  Ok, now use the word in a sentence!

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