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Timer in C# for Compact Framework

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Hi,

I'm attempting to develop a Smartphone application (Wm2003 at present) that features a Timer counting down which can be started & stopped by the user pressing a button on the phone's keypad (probably the left soft key) & displays the time on the screen.

I've found an example of how this can be done in the "proper" .Net, >>LINK<<, but that doesn't work in the compact framework. Can anyone show me an example of how to do this sort of thing?

Thanks in advance,

Matt

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Start()

{

timer1.Enabled = true;

}

Stop()

{

timer1.Enabled = false;

}

Although I'm not sure if restarting will resume in the middle of an interval or not.

Edit: For the sounds you'll need to use OpenNETCF

Edited by rogueqd
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you can use sounds in .NET CF 2.0 using the media namespace or making low level calls to mscorlib

;)

when you stop() the timer the interval does reset

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