The Timer control allows you to execute event-handling code repeatedly in defined intervals. The code will be executed on the same thread that the Windows code is running in. If you need code to run in a thread outside of the Windows thread, then you should use the System.Threading namespace.
The Timer control fires by raising a Tick event. A Tick event is raised only when the Timer's Enabled property is set to true. You can stop a Timer control from firing by setting the Enabled property to false. The Timer control's Interval property defines the number of milliseconds between Tick events.
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