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How can I set up a timer in a console application to open up a windows form at a specified time? The windows form in question is a part of a console application.
Should I use a timer? What type of a timer would be most suitable?
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What's your criteria for using a console application instead of an application which only has windows forms ?

If you really want to put a timer on a console app, the link below shows you how to do it:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/186084/how-do-you-add-a-timer-to-a-c-sharp-console-application
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Actually I have switched Console application to Windows but ran it from Main instead of opening a form
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