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How to use QTimer in Qt
The construction of a QTimer can be done with following code:
iTimer = new QTimer(this);
And the timeout value for it can be set in milliseconds with setInterval() function, for example if you want to have one seconds timeout, you could use following code:
Or simply use the overload of the start() function to set the interval and start the time at the same time:
And stopping is handled with stop() function, thus you can stop the timer like this:
When the timeout expires, the QTimer will emit the timeout() signal which you can connect to your own slot:
QObject::connect(iTimer, SIGNAL(timeout()), this, SLOT(TimeOut()));
Note that by default QTimer will continue generates timeout signals until you stop it, to make the QTimer expire only once, you could set this behavior on by calling setSingleShot with true argument.