To create a Python countdown timer, you can use the
time module and a loop that decrements a counter until it reaches 0. Here’s an example:
import time seconds = 10 while seconds > 0: print(seconds) time.sleep(1) seconds -= 1 print("Time's up!")
In this example, we define a variable
seconds that represents the duration of the countdown in seconds. We use a
while loop to repeatedly print the remaining number of seconds and wait for 1 second using the
time.sleep() function. We also decrement the
seconds variable by 1 in each iteration of the loop.
seconds variable reaches 0, the loop terminates and the final message is printed.
You can modify this example to perform some action when the countdown reaches 0, such as playing a sound or sending a notification.