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The QBasicTimer class provides timer events for objects.
This is a fast, lightweight, and low-level class used by Qt internally. We recommend using the higher-level QTimer class rather than this class if you want to use timers in your applications. Note that this timer is a repeating timer that will send subsequent timer events unless the stop() function is called.
To use this class, create a QBasicTimer, and call its start() function with a timeout interval and with a pointer to a QObject subclass. When the timer times out it will send a timer event to the QObject subclass. The timer can be stopped at any time using stop(). isActive() returns true for a timer that is running; i.e. it has been started, has not reached the timeout time, and has not been stopped. The timer's ID can be retrieved using timerId().
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Contructs a basic timer.
See also start().
Destroys the basic timer.
Returns true if the timer is running and has not been stopped; otherwise returns false.
void QBasicTimer::start(int msec, QObject * object)
Starts (or restarts) the timer with a msec milliseconds timeout.
The given object will receive timer events.
Stops the timer.
Returns the timer's ID.
See also QTimerEvent::timerId().
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