ZylTimer is a high resolution, long-term Delphi & C++Builder timer component, which offers higher accuracy than the normal Delphi / C++ Builder TTimer component. TTimer component, which ships with Delphi & C++Builder, uses the Windows Message Queue to generate the OnTimer event. As a result of this approach, it is impossible to get accurate timer intervals smaller than 15 milliseconds. ZylTimer is a thread based timer and because of this architecture provides a higher accuracy (1-2 milliseconds), which is inevitable in time-critical applications. The standard TTimer component uses the SetTimer API function, so the interval is limited to 2147483647 milliseconds (about 25 times ). ZylTimer is a thread based timer, and the interval could be set even to hundred years if needed. It's essential to see that the precision of timers is restricted. Windows isn't a real-time working system (except Windows CE), and it isn't sensible to anticipate timers to manage just very compact time periods.
The demonstration version is fully operational in Delphi and C++Builder IDE. Still, it shows a nag dialog (the accredited model will, of course, not have a nag dialog and won't be restricted to the IDE). The package includes demo programs for Delphi and C++Builder and a help file with the description of this part.
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