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hello,people.. in console ,there are different things that we do,like printing the values but what should we do if we want to put the timer for changing the values.suppose in program john has 5 five values in array[]={1,2,3,4,5) and after debugging,number 1 pops up and for number 2 it should take like 30 second or so on..well,just thing is ,there we should be able to put timer between the values we print???
Posted 22-May-12 18:14pm
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Solution 1

Use the CreateWaitableTimer[^] function.
Also take a look at Using Waitable Timer Objects[^]
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Solution 2

Create a thread and Sleep for a specified time and execute the job
 

void ThreadProc( void *pdata)
{
// Work with a task

/// Timer to work like a timer.
Sleep( 100 )
}
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