Multiple Timers

This is a discussion on Multiple Timers within the Windows Programming forums, part of the Platform Specific Boards category; Is there a way to set more than one timer on the same window? Thanks....

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    Multiple Timers

    Is there a way to set more than one timer on the same window?


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    Yes, just use SetTimer(). When the WM_TIMER message comes in, wParam contains the timer identifier you used in the SetTimer() call so you can tell which one is which.
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    So I just check the wparam in the WM_TIMER...

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