Hey gang,
 
I'm trying to build a system where we can have events fire according to a schedule. I'm pretty new to Py/Jython and was thinking I could use the sched module to do it. However, I've only been able to find 1 example online and it only demonstrates events being fired to the nearest second.
 
What I'd LIKE to be able to do is pass the scheduler a time in either HH:mm:ss.iii format (or if need be I guess I could take care of converting that into the equivalent number of milliseconds) and use that as the event time. But I'm stumped on how to set the second parameter so I can get sub-second response on the delayfunc. Can that be set to something like .0001 ?
 
Is there a better way to do this?
 
Thanks!
 
--Mike