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Hi all
My problem is very simple, I have developed an online testing system, Its time based test, I used AJAX TIMER to show the user that how much time left for the test, But when AJAX timer refresh in every sec, it makes problem,
I Want a timer class which don't use the AJAX timer But its a timer itself.

Please I want it in C#
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what kind of problems you have with the timer???

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Thats a real long story to tell :)
So that i just need a timer class
I also used
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But i also wont work with me...
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That could be a long story, but you want the timer in the client or in the server???

using any other class that ajax.timer will force you to write your own javascript to do the timer...

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quote:Originally posted by gbianchi
 That could be a long story, but you want the timer in the client or in the server???

using any other class that ajax.timer will force you to write your own javascript to do the timer...

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yes i want it on client side,

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Ajax is still your easy solution, so again, what are your problems with that??? if you didn't find anything in google, you should ask this question in js forum...

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 Ajax is still your easy solution, so again, what are your problems with that??? if you didn't find anything in google, you should ask this question in js forum...

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OK thank you for your reply
Thank u

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