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how to install a timer

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I need to gain the control of the machine every certain time, but TickCount() is something erratic. The app that I making is a musical application, so the times are almost exacts. Thanks.
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What you need to do is install a time task, using the Time Manager, in <Timer.h>.

you can email me at reuven_sherwin@scitex.com for sample code.
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