ONLINE HELP WINDEV, WEBDEV AND WINDEV MOBILE
Define a timeout: <Timeout> = positive integer. The execution of the application is interrupted during <Timeout> hundredths of a second without giving control back to the system. The mouse clicks and the actions performed on the keyboard keys are ignored by the application. For example, the window can be moved but it cannot be resized.The optional processes of controls are always run.Remark: If <Timeout> = 1, the application gives control back to Windows without waiting during 1 hundredth of a second. In PHP, the values of <Timeout> are rounded to the higher second. For example, if <Timeout> is equal to 125, the actual timeout will be equal to 2 seconds. The positive values are not allowed. Give control back to the system: <Timeout> = 0 or is not specified. The system ends the current processes, gives control back to the WINDEV, WEBDEV or WINDEV Mobile application, then takes into account the clicks and the actions performed on the keyboard keys.Give control back to Windows and to the WLanguage: <Timeout> = negative integer. The execution of the application is interrupted during <Timeout> hundredths of a second. Other processes can be run during this time period (redisplaying or running a click code for example). The interactions with the users (mouse click, keystroke, ...) are processed as usual. Remark: If <Timeout> = -1, the application gives control back to Windows without waiting during 1 hundredth of a second.Remark: This parameter can correspond to: an integer corresponding to the number of hundredths of a second,a Duration variable,Versions 23 and laterdirect indication of the Duration (e.g. '1s' or '10cs'). New in version 23direct indication of the Duration (e.g. '1s' or '10cs'). direct indication of the Duration (e.g. '1s' or '10cs'). This parameter can only correspond to an integer.
Last update: 01/01/2021
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