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I have a form application with a timer event on it and a couple of
proceedures that run great but when I converted the code to a .dll then
I ran into some issues.

The problem in my class is that I have created a timer and it
increments an integer =+ 1. The time fires this event without issue.

And in the timer event handler I have code that checks for a count of
30. This event never fires. However I can watch the integer increment
in the console window. The if = 30 code is in the same timer
proceedure that outputs to the console window....

What am I doing wrong.

Basically I'm forcing the program to load a web page and then wait 40
seconds before scanning it. That's it.

Nov 21 '05 #1
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On 2005-04-05, pmclinn <pm*****@gmail.com> wrote:
I have a form application with a timer event on it and a couple of
proceedures that run great but when I converted the code to a .dll then
I ran into some issues.

The problem in my class is that I have created a timer and it
increments an integer =+ 1. The time fires this event without issue.

And in the timer event handler I have code that checks for a count of
30. This event never fires. However I can watch the integer increment
in the console window. The if = 30 code is in the same timer
proceedure that outputs to the console window....

What am I doing wrong.

Basically I'm forcing the program to load a web page and then wait 40
seconds before scanning it. That's it.


show us the code :)
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Tom Shelton [MVP]
Nov 21 '05 #2

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