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  1. #1
    Andrew A. Ritz Guest

    Xtimer Control


    Xtimer is a timer control for visual basic users. It works almost exactly
    like the timer control provided by
    Visual Basic. Xtimer is extremely accurate even at small intervals of 1-10ms.
    There are many free timers
    available on the internet, but Xtimer works just as well if not better than
    these, and there is virtually no code
    to insert in your projects. For more information, visit the Tools section
    of the Dragon Spirit web-site.

    http://dss.digitalbomb.com/


  2. #2
    Ralf Guest

    Re: Xtimer Control

    How does it compare to the CCRP timer?

    :-)

    "Andrew A. Ritz" <spiderdemon@geocities.com> wrote in message
    news:3907df1b$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Xtimer is a timer control for visual basic users. It works almost exactly
    > like the timer control provided by
    > Visual Basic. Xtimer is extremely accurate even at small intervals of

    1-10ms.
    > There are many free timers
    > available on the internet, but Xtimer works just as well if not better

    than
    > these, and there is virtually no code
    > to insert in your projects. For more information, visit the Tools section
    > of the Dragon Spirit web-site.
    >
    > http://dss.digitalbomb.com/
    >




  3. #3
    Karl E. Peterson Guest

    Re: Xtimer Control

    Hi Ralf --

    > How does it compare to the CCRP timer?
    >
    > :-)


    LOL! Not here.

    Interested readers may find this topic discussed at news://news.mvps.org/ccrp.timer

    Thanks... Karl



  4. #4
    Colin McGuigan Guest

    Re: Xtimer Control

    Karl E. Peterson wrote in message <390877c9$1@news.devx.com>...
    >Hi Ralf --
    >
    >> How does it compare to the CCRP timer?
    >>
    >> :-)

    >
    >LOL! Not here.
    >
    >Interested readers may find this topic discussed at

    news://news.mvps.org/ccrp.timer
    >
    >Thanks... Karl



    Well, that was faintly amusing. Thanks, Karl. =)

    --
    Colin McGuigan




  5. #5
    Karl E. Peterson Guest

    Re: Xtimer Control

    Hi Andrew --

    > Out of all the benchmarks I have performed, ...


    What part of "not here" didn't you understand? This is an announcements group.
    There exists a technical discussion group, that in fact has an ongoing thread on this
    very topic. I've redirected folks there, and would appreciate your cooperation in
    that regard.

    Thanks... Karl




  6. #6
    Paul Clement Guest

    Re: Xtimer Control

    On Thu, 27 Apr 2000 12:21:09 -0700, "Karl E. Peterson" <karl@mvps.org> wrote:

    Hi Andrew --

    > Out of all the benchmarks I have performed, ...

    What part of "not here" didn't you understand? This is an announcements group.
    There exists a technical discussion group, that in fact has an ongoing thread on this
    very topic. I've redirected folks there, and would appreciate your cooperation in
    that regard.

    Ouch! That reply got doinked pretty quickly.

    Who's got the fast fingers? ;-)


    Paul ~~~ pclement@ameritech.net
    Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic)

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