Quite often in a game you'll noticed that you'll have gold objective time, despite the fact that you have 0 seconds of it. Is there a criteria needed for this (i.e. do you have to spend less than 1 second on the point), or is it randomly generate, and, if so, how is the gold medal awarded?


The stats only show integer amounts of seconds. If you spend less than one second of objective time, it will be recorded correctly, but only shown as 0:00.

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    And will 0.5 seconds of objective time round to 1 second or will it only ever round down? – Crafter0800 Jun 4 '17 at 20:55
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    If I know videogames, it'll always round down, but I've never tested this – Wrigglenite Jun 4 '17 at 21:18
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    If they specifically said it's an Integer then it will never round up. Integers could be described as "the full parts" of a number. If they're all integers: 1,23 = 1,99 = 1 – Oak Jun 4 '17 at 21:35
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    The technical terms would be "floored" or "truncated", which have the same effect. – Ismael Miguel Jun 5 '17 at 1:26

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