count down

Posted on 2003-03-31
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-05-01

how do i do a simple count down and how to i terminate my program?

Question by:FeVeR
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supunr earned 80 total points
ID: 8243548
Option Explicit

Private CountDownVal as Long

Private Sub Form_Load()
   CountDownVal = 60
   timer1.Interval = 1000 ' each second
   timer1.Enabled = true
End Sub

Private Sub TImer1_timer()
    if (CountDown <= 0) then
        End ' end the program
        CountDown = CountDown - 1
    end if
End Sub

' Good Luck!

Author Comment

ID: 8243698
thanks to both!

the web sites were great, but this code is just copy and paste and has the end command which i needed too!

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