A type of timer class that can run multiple timers with different frequencies, all of which share a single callback. More...
|virtual void||timerCallback (int timerID)=0|
|The user-defined callback routine that actually gets called by each of the timers that are running. More...|
|void||startTimer (int timerID, int intervalInMilliseconds) noexcept|
|Starts a timer and sets the length of interval required. More...|
|void||stopTimer (int timerID) noexcept|
|Stops a timer. More...|
|bool||isTimerRunning (int timerID) const noexcept|
|Checks whether a timer has been started for a specified ID. More...|
|int||getTimerInterval (int timerID) const noexcept|
|Returns the interval for a specified timer ID. More...|
|MultiTimer () noexcept|
|Creates a MultiTimer. More...|
|MultiTimer (const MultiTimer &) noexcept|
|Creates a copy of another timer. More...|
A type of timer class that can run multiple timers with different frequencies, all of which share a single callback.
This class is very similar to the Timer class, but allows you run multiple separate timers, where each one has a unique ID number. The methods in this class are exactly equivalent to those in Timer, but with the addition of this ID number.
To use it, you need to create a subclass of MultiTimer, implementing the timerCallback() method. Then you can start timers with startTimer(), and each time the callback is triggered, it passes in the ID of the timer that caused it.
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Constructor & Destructor Documentation
Creates a copy of another timer.
Note that this timer will not contain any running timers, even if the one you're copying from was running.
Member Function Documentation
Starts a timer and sets the length of interval required.
If the timer is already started, this will reset it, so the time between calling this method and the next timer callback will not be less than the interval length passed in.
timerID a unique Id number that identifies the timer to start. This is the id that will be passed back to the timerCallback() method when this timer is triggered intervalInMilliseconds the interval to use (any values less than 1 will be rounded up to 1)
Stops a timer.
If a timer has been started with the given ID number, it will be cancelled. No more callbacks will be made for the specified timer after this method returns.
If this is called from a different thread, any callbacks that may be currently executing may be allowed to finish before the method returns.
Checks whether a timer has been started for a specified ID.
- true if a timer with the given ID is running.
Returns the interval for a specified timer ID.
- the timer's interval in milliseconds if it's running, or 0 if no timer was running for the ID number specified.
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