TIME Sample: Fires a Timer at Set Intervals
The TIME sample is a control that is invisible at run time and fires a timer event at set intervals. It demonstrates notification functions and ambient properties.
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To build and run the TIME sample
Open the solution Time.sln.
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The TIME sample demonstrates the following keywords:
AfxGetInstanceHandle; CBitmap::LoadBitmap; CDialog::DoModal; CGdiObject::GetObject; KillTimer; MAKELONG; SetTimer
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