C# Language Timers Creating an Instance of a Timer

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Timers are used to perform tasks at specific intervals of time (Do X every Y seconds) Below is an example of creating a new instance of a Timer.

NOTE: This applies to Timers using WinForms. If using WPF, you may want to look into DispatcherTimer

    using System.Windows.Forms; //Timers use the Windows.Forms namespace

    public partial class Form1 : Form

        Timer myTimer = new Timer(); //create an instance of Timer named myTimer

        public Form1()


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