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Hi,

I am working on a windows application.

I need one of my forms to be refreshed every 60 seconds.
I know this can be implemented through a thread but I am not finding a way.
Really appreciate if anyone could provide me with a sample code.

Thanks in advance!
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Updated 29-Jun-17 19:54pm
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Dalek Dave 16-Jun-11 3:10am    
Edited for Grammar and Readability.

Why a thread? If you really need this to occur, set up a class level Timer, with an interval of 60 Seconds, and do the refresh in the Tick event.

Timer refreshTimer = new Timer();
...
         refreshTimer.Interval = 60000;  //60 seconds in milliseconds
         refreshTimer.Tick += new EventHandler(refreshTimer_Tick);
         refreshTimer.Start();
...
     void refreshTimer_Tick(object sender, EventArgs e)
         {
         Invalidate();
         }
 
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Dalek Dave 16-Jun-11 3:11am    
Spot on, A timer is the way it is.
Take a Timer Control after that
on the form load
{....
timer1.Interval = 60000;
timer1.Start();
}
creat a variable = static int t1 = 0;
On timer tick event
private void timer1_Tick(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
if (t1 == 0)
{
// Go Update anything
t1 = 1;
}
else
{
// Go update anything<
t1 = 0;
}

}
 
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Patrice T 30-Jun-17 3:32am    
6 years too late.
TheRealSteveJudge 30-Jun-17 3:59am    
Hope the questioner still can remember the asked question.
Mohsin Afzal 15-Feb-18 1:55am    
hahahahah

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