What are you looking to do with this timer? Your post doesn't make any sense as "timer.now()" is meaningless. There is no "Now()" property or method on any of the Timer classes.
There are various types of timers in the .NET Framework, each is designed to handle different situations, but I don't think that's what you're trying to do.
If you're talking about starting a stopwatch and getting an elapsed time at various points in a process, then you use the Stopwatch class. To get your interval times, you just get the value in the Stopwatch.Elapsed, Stopwatch.EllapsedMilliseconds, or EllapsedTicks properties. You don't have to stop the stopwatch to do that.
I created an application for Windows CE 5.0 in VB. The class application AppCEClass is inherited from Microsoft.WindowsCE.Forms.MessageWindow. I have a problem to launch an application, because something like this does not work:
Public Shared Sub Main()
Windows does not recognize the class name and throw error AppCEClass() cannot be converted on System.Windows.Forms.Form.
I am doing program in VB for Windows CE 5.0. I need to catch messages from other programs in VB window. In VB is defined a function WndProc. But, this function does not work (or exist) on CE. Compiler cannot recognize it.
ProtectedOverridesSub WndProc(ByRef recWinMessage As Microsoft.WindowsCE.Forms.Message)