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I have an OnTimer function.  It is being started by me using SetTimer to a certain interval.  A Chunk of code happens when this timer goes off.  The problem I have is that what If I'm in a big chunk of code and I don't want the timer to go off in the middle of it.  How do you go about Pausing it and then Starting it up again?
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All time when some message handler is active, other messages, including timer, are not handled (unless message handler does this). For example, try to write somr long loop in the button click event: all time loop runs, program doesn't response to mouse messages, doesn't redraw itself etc. Timer messages are not handled also. All messages in the message loop are handled after previous message handler finished.
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