Timer are also very useful control, because they let you periodic events and they do not appear in a window at run time.At design time,they appear in the component tray underneath the form you have added them to. Let’s start in Visual Studio 2010 , Create a new project and name it “ Digital Clock ”. After this, drag label, timer from toolbox on the form1. As shown in figure.
There is a timer at work behind the scenes in the timer which shows a clock using label control.This control is a useful one for,among other things,creating clocks. Now double click on blank form1 and type in form_load event or copy and paste.. Timer1.Enabled = True and now back to from 1 designer press shift+ F7 button or go to view menu and select designer. Double click on timer1. Copy code and paste Label1.Text = TimeOfDay like this..
Private Sub Timer1_Tick(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Timer1.Tick
Label1.Text = TimeOfDay
You Can also Convert VB.Net To C# , Python, Ruby . Now press F5 button or select debug from debug menu , the output will be shown in figure. Enjoy your digital clock. Thanks.
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