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C#: timer interval run-time user settings???????

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Q. How do you code a timer so a user can change the interval settings for a finished and running application???

I realize they would probably have to close and reopen the application for the settings to take effect..........

I tried this with complie errors:   timer1.Internal = txtBox1.Text
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If you use the System.Threading.Timer object, you can use the Timer.Change() method.

This method takes, for example, a TimeSpan object, when the timer should invoke it methods, and as a second parameter, when the timer should re-invoke its method.

If you're using another timer object, let me know.
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I'm using a simple drag-n-drop Timer1 with VS C# .NET, no threading...........
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please stop the timer and restart it like code below

timer1.stop();
timer1.Interval=Integer.Parse(txtBox1.Text);
timer1.start();
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Integer (type or reference could not be found, error)
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sorry for that
please using int replaced Integer
as in delphi int is Integer
sorry for that
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Thank you, the complete code is below for anyone else's use.

private void button1_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
this.timer1.Stop();
this.timer1.Interval = int.Parse(textBox2.Text);
this.timer1.Start();
}
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