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Questionhow to use setTimer with variable time intervals Pin
mani09097-Nov-11 13:22
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In my huge, multithreaded codebase, at one place it use setTimer like
in a class's OnStart() function
::SetTimer(this->m_hWnd, 2020, 60000 ,NULL);
in OnStop() function
::KillTimer(this->m_hWnd, 2020);
So right now SetTimer is set for 1 minute but my requirement is that instead of this constant value, i want to change that value based upon clock time. Say it works as it works now for first 15 minute (checking after every minute) then it start checking every 15 minute, if still its unable to service then after 1 hour change it to every 30 minute.
Can somebody please send me sample callback function that implements the logic i mentioned?
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Question[OOP c++] practical use cases of cross casting Pin
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Questionmaking a unsigned char array gives a buffer overrun error Pin
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