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"Hello" is hardly a question; I can see the question in the subject-line, but it would not have cost you that much time to repeat it in the body and add the code that you're currently working on.

Now, back to the problem, why would you need "multiple" timers?

Imagine you are cooking, and you need to time the eggs (7 minutes) and the pudding (10 minutes). That means you'd use two people, one to warn you after 7 minutes, one after 10 minutes.

Alternatively, you could ask a single person to look at his watch every minute and have him poke you on both the 7-minute marker and the 10-minute marker. That would save the overhead of having to feed another person; or create another object Smile | :)
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