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Using a VWG Timer to update control UI state
This application demonstrates how to use the Timer to update a TextBox and a ProgressBar control.
Categories: Action Controls, Status & Indication, Texts
Tags: Developers, Events, 1. Beginner, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced
Revision: 1
Posted: 12/Jan/2009
Updated: 12/Jan/2009
Status: Publish
Types: Code

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