How to Create Timer in WPF

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  1. Karine says:

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  2. Tonia says:

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  3. Anupam says:

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  4. Mitesh says:

    Good article.. dtClockTime object is declared and instantiated in the constructor MainWindow(). I was just wondering what would happen when dtClockTime goes out of scope. Will the tick event still fire and any way to set properties of the timer outside of MainWindow() constructor ?
    Thanks.

  5. Gavin says:

    this is really helpful, thx

  6. Rudi says:

    Best instruction, especially how to get started with timers (unlike the examples of MS with a confusing extra info that is not neded at the very beginning). Is it possible though that this example here does not work with UWP? The red curly line below “dtClockTime.Tick += dtClockTime_Tick;” says: “No overload for dtClockTime.Tick matches Event Handler”.

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