Re: To get the SetTimer identity

David Wilkinson <>
Fri, 06 Apr 2007 16:30:00 -0500
jmarc wrote:

This is not a real code. Of course,
It will not compile. I wrote it on
the fly. You're right, replacing :: by ->
and adding brackets to reach objets
instances... might be better, and
more understandable..

I assure you, I am well aware of
classes and objects, and static method
as well..

Now, the whole example again...
void CMyWnd::OnTimer(UINT_PTR IDEvent)
    if( MyBussinessObject::ATimerHasElapse(IDEvent) )


I can assure you that posting code that clearly will not compile is
extremely distracting to anybody who might try to help you. Why not post
the actual code?

So CMyWnd::OnTimer() and MyBussinessObject::ATimerHasElapse() are static

I am still not clear how your classes are related to each other, or how
the timers are launched.

But I have to say that I have lost track of the actual question here.

David Wilkinson
Visual C++ MVP

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