Help about "if"

I did a code in which when you press a button, a delay starts an then a servo moves. But what if I wanted to set another button to cancel the previous sequence (the delay one).
I used an if to programme the button in order to start the delay...

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If you use delay() the processor is tied up during the duration of the delay(). You can't read the button until the delay is finished.

How to use millis() for timing:
Several things at a time.
Beginner's guide to millis().
Blink without delay().

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You can't do anything during a delay().

But you can use a millis() timer (like the Blink Without Delay Example) in a "do-nothing" loop (probably a while() loop) with an if-statement to break out of the loop when the button is pressed. Or, you can use set-up a condition where the loop runs until the time is up, or the button is pushed.

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