function starts a specified timer event. The multimedia timer runs in its own
thread. After the event is activated, it calls the specified callback function.
| UINT uDelay,
| UINT uResolution,
| LPTIMECALLBACK lpTimeProc,
| DWORD dwUser,
| UINT fuEvent
Event delay, in milliseconds. If this value is not in the range of the minimum
and maximum event delays supported by the timer, the function returns an error.
Resolution of the timer event, in milliseconds. The resolution increases with
smaller values; a resolution of 0 indicates periodic events should occur with
the greatest possible accuracy. To reduce system overhead, however, you should
use the maximum value appropriate for your application.
Address of a callback function that is called once upon expiration of a single
event or periodically upon expiration of periodic events.
User-supplied callback data.
Timer event type. The following values are defined:
Event occurs once, after uDelay
Event occurs every uDelay
Returns an identifier for the timer event if successful or an error otherwise.
This function returns NULL if it fails and the timer event was not created.
(This identifier is also passed to the callback function.)
Each call to timeSetEvent
for periodic timer events must be matched with a call to the timeKillEvent
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