Wm_timer?

This is a discussion on Wm_timer? within the Windows Programming forums, part of the Platform Specific Boards category; tTime=SetTimer(hWnd,NULL,5000,NULL); In win32, how can i explicitl kill the above timer? even though i used the KillTimer(hWnd,tTime) function, after 5 ...

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    Wm_timer?

    tTime=SetTimer(hWnd,NULL,5000,NULL);

    In win32, how can i explicitl kill the above timer? even though i used the KillTimer(hWnd,tTime)
    function, after 5 seconds i also got the WM_TIMER message.....

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    Registered User dizolve's Avatar
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    Try using an id like...

    PHP Code:
    UINT tId 1;

    SetTimer(hWnd,tId,5000,NULL);

    KillTimer(hWndtId); 

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    &TH of undefined behavior Fordy's Avatar
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    Make sure the return of SetTimer does not go out of scope...if its in a Windows Procedure make it static....otherwise declare it globally

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