Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 14:45:43 +0200
Reply-To: Søren Damgaard Laursen <sdl@TDK.DK>
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From: Søren Damgaard Laursen <sdl@TDK.DK>
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Subject: Re: Timer in SAS/AF
Thanks for the tips supplied...
Though I forgot to mention one thing. The control in the frame should not be
taken over by the program/code in the waitstate of the 1000 ms.
Think of my timer as for example doing the following:
Updating a textlabel in the frame every 1000 ms with the current time, and,
this is important, without disturbing the user. Something like an
By the way: Platform is Win2000, SAS 8.2
"Søren Damgaard Laursen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi All,
> When I build a frame, I need to a have a timer component on it.
> That is, I need some kind of object that is capable of raising an event
> f.ex. every 1000 ms, and execute some code I specify.
> Does anyone have en idea of whether or not this is possible in SAS/AF??
> Søren Laursen