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In this instructable I will show you how to make a simple timer in Visual Basic 2010 It has : 4 Buttons ...
First Open Visual Basic and make a new project and select Windows Forms Application
Now put in 4 Buttons, 8 Labels, 3 Numeric Up Down, 1 timer
Label the labels like this or code will not work and you would have to change some of it label 1 = 00 label 2 = : label ...
Label the buttons like this : Button1 = Set Button2 = Start Button3 = Reset Button4 = Stop
Now For The Timer and the NumericUpDown Set The Maximum and Minimum Value like this : NumericUpDown1 = Maximum 24, Minimum 0 NumericUpDown2 = Maximum 59, Minimum 0 ...
Now For The Code: Public Class Form1 Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Label1.Text = NumericUpDown1.Text ...
Now You can leave it like that or you can make it do something when its done by adding this code in Timer1 : Shutdown pc If Label1.Text ...
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