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class ViewController: UIViewController {
@IBOutlet var timerLabel: UILabel!
var timer: Timer!
override func viewDidLoad() {
timer = Timer.scheduledTimer(timeInterval: 0.1, target: self, selector: #selector(UpdateTime), userInfo: nil, repeats: true) // Repeat "func Update() " every second and update the label
@objc func UpdateTime() {
let userCalendar = Calendar.current
// Set Current Date
let date = Date()
let components = userCalendar.dateComponents([.hour, .minute, .month, .year, .day, .second], from: date)
let currentDate = components)!
// Set Event Date
var eventDateComponents = DateComponents()
eventDateComponents.year = 2020
eventDateComponents.month = 01 = 01
eventDateComponents.hour = 00
eventDateComponents.minute = 00
eventDateComponents.second = 00
eventDateComponents.timeZone = TimeZone(abbreviation: "GMT")
// Convert eventDateComponents to the user's calendar
let eventDate = eventDateComponents)!
// Change the seconds to days, hours, minutes and seconds
let timeLeft = userCalendar.dateComponents([.day, .hour, .minute, .second], from: currentDate, to: eventDate)
// Display Countdown
timerLabel.text = "\(!)d \(timeLeft.hour!)h \(timeLeft.minute!)m \(timeLeft.second!)s"
// Show diffrent text when the event has passed
endEvent(currentdate: currentDate, eventdate: eventDate)
func endEvent(currentdate: Date, eventdate: Date) {
if currentdate >= eventdate {
timerLabel.text = "Happy New Year!"
// Stop Timer
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