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Hi there,

I have three methods these need to execute at every interval time. I
would like to know which option is better?

Option A)
Three System.Timers.T imer objects these execute each method.

timer1.Elapsed += new
System.Timers.E lapsedEventHand ler(Method1_Ela psed);
timer2.Elapsed += new
System.Timers.E lapsedEventHand ler(Method2_Ela psed);
timer3.Elapsed += new
System.Timers.E lapsedEventHand ler(Method3_Ela psed);

Option B)
One System.Timers.T imer object that execute all methods.
timer1.Elapsed += new
System.Timers.E lapsedEventHand ler(Method1_Ela psed);
timer1.Elapsed += new
System.Timers.E lapsedEventHand ler(Method2_Ela psed);
timer1.Elapsed += new
System.Timers.E lapsedEventHand ler(Method3_Ela psed);

Apr 11 '06 #1
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Jonathan Woods <ye******@gmail .com> wrote:
I have three methods these need to execute at every interval time. I
would like to know which option is better?


Do you want the methods to execute in parallel, or in series? If you
don't mind them executing in series, I'd use the second version.

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