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Santa Six

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What's the difference between .sqs and .sqf? I've seen both used for the same actions.
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Tayuk

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Perhaps this may help:-

SQS to SQF

There may be others that use the forum that may be able to answer it also, lets hope they do
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Santa Six

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sqf seems more simple and flexible. sqs must be the older one of the two.
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Yes, SQS was before SQF. SQS is obsolete and not supported anymore. Besides syntax main difference is, that SQS is executed out of scheduler, while SQF is scheduled. Practical implications are such that when there is too much SQF scripts running for CPU, there is no any lags, instead scripts are queued, so suffer execution delays, sometimes huge, cause scheduler allocates only certain part of CPU power of scripts, so will never use more than that limit. SQS on the contrary, will be not delayed, but when too heavy for CPU will cause lags instead. There are probably also some secondary differencies.

Use SQF. The only known to me thing, that SQS can and SQF can't is possibility of pausing script ("sleep") out of scheduled environment. 
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