Re: Thread and Timer
"Joseph M. Newcomer" <email@example.com> wrote in message
// NOTE - the ClassWizard will add and remove mapping macros here.
Why not do something very simple: ON_WM_TIMER()?
You have added tons of complexity to what is a trivial problem.
Becuase ON_WM_TIMER will try to map to a function void (__thiscall
That is definitely not going to work on a CWinThread
// CWatchDog message handlers
void CWatchDog::Monitor(CString sFileName, HWND hWnd, UINT iMessage,
int iFrequency, int iTimeout)
//g_iTimer = ::SetTimer(NULL, NULL, iFrequency, (TIMERPROC)
g_iTimer = SetTimer(NULL, 0, iFrequency, NULL);
g_hWnd = hWnd;
g_iMessage = iMessage;
which is so much simpler?
Because CWinThread does not have a SetTimer method, he has to use the API.
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