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Timer and Looping Process

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What is difference a process worked using procedure Timer or looping process (while...do or repeat...until) that inside the process using Application.ProcessMessage.

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Joely
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The timer is just an easier way of starting a process at a certain interval.  Aside from that you're right, there isn't much of a difference.
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