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Add elaspedEvent to System.timer

Posted on 2006-07-06
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Hi, i have created a Dim myTimer as new System.timer(1000) .

Now i have a function which i wants the timer to call every 1sec. How do i write the code for tell the timer which function to call when there's an elapsedEvent.

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Dim myTimer as New System.timer(1000) ' my timer created at run-time

Public Sub mySubProc()
'Do some stuffs here every 1 sec
End Sub

thanks
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Question by:jaxrpc
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by:ZeonFlash
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First you have to start the timer, such as with a button click:

Private Sub button1_Click(sender As Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles button1.Click
     myTimer.Enabled = True
End Sub

Then you have to catch the Timer tick event:

Private Sub myTimer_Tick(sender As Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles myTimer.Tick
   mySubProc()
End Sub
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by:jaxrpc
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hmm what if i want to do it programmatically, like adding delegate event programmatically.

like initialise a new system.timer()
and when it starts it will call an event.

And i might need to initalise an array of timers.
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Fernando Soto earned 500 total points
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Hi jaxrpc;

This sample code will show you how to do it.

    ' Reference to Timer
    Private myTimer As Timer

    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, _
        ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

        ' Create timer in code
        myTimer = New Timer
        myTimer.Interval = 1000
        myTimer.Enabled = True
        ' Add Handler for the tick event
        AddHandler myTimer.Tick, AddressOf myTimer_Tick
        myTimer.Start()

    End Sub

    ' Tick event handler for the timer
    Private Sub myTimer_Tick(ByVal sender As Object, _
        ByVal e As System.EventArgs)

        mySubProc()

    End Sub

    ' Function timer calles.
    Public Sub mySubProc()
        'Do some stuffs here every 1 sec
    End Sub


Fernando
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