## On the Subject of Tell Me When

A big red button. What else do you want?

This module presents a red button with a display above it. The goal of this module is to press the button, then press it again at a certain time. The first button press will activate the module's timer. Pressing the button incorrectly or running the timer above 30 will result in a strike.

To determine when to press the button for a second time at, use the table below (working down the conditions and using the first one that is true).

Condition | Second press | |
---|---|---|

#1 | 7 or more batteries, a lit BOB and no ports are present on the bomb | When the timer displays 05. |

#2 | A lit BOB is present on the bomb | When the timer displays the amount of batteries on the bomb, modulo 30 plus 1, or 07 if there are none. |

#3 | The amount of solved modules, modulo 10 equals the last digit of the serial number | When the timer displays the first digit of the serial number plus the last digit of the serial number, plus 1. |

#4 | The amount of batteries and the amount of indicators on the bomb are the same and the serial number contains a vowel. | When the timer displays the amount of modules on the bomb, modulo 30, plus 1. |

#5 | There are 2 batteries or more and a parallel port on the bomb and you have received any strikes. | When the timer displays the amount of battery holders on the bomb, modulo 30 plus 1. |

#6 | There is either an HDMI and an AC port present on the bomb, or a lit CLR indicator and a Stereo RCA port present on the bomb | When the timer displays the amount of solved modules, modulo 30 plus 1. |

#7 | The amount of port plates modulo 10 is present in the serial number | When the timer displays the last digit of the serial number plus 1 times the amount of ports plus 1, modulo 30, plus 1. |

#8 | There is a two factor or an unlit MSA indicator present on the bomb | When the timer displays 31 minus (the amount of indicators present on the bomb times 6 plus the amount of letters in the bomb's serial number), modulo 30, plus 1. |

#9 | The amount of solved modules, modulo 10 is present in the serial number | When the timer displays the digital root of the sum of the digits in the serial number times 2 plus 1. |

#10 | The last digit of the serial number is even | When the timer displays (the amount of batteries plus 1) times (the last digit of the serial number divided by 2, plus 1) modulo 30, plus 1. |

#11 | Otherwise | When the timer displays (the amount of batteries plus 1) times (the amount of solved modules on the bomb plus 1) plus the amount of VGA ports on the bomb, modulo 30, plus 1. |