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how to get the time event triggered

simon tiberius

Joined: Oct 30, 2012
Posts: 29
When I click a button, another thread is still executing. as a result the click event has entered the queue, but the handler is not invoked yet. it's still waiting in the queue until all previous threads have finished executing. is this correct? if so, is it possible to get the time when the click first enter the queue, not the time the handler is invoked. thanks
Bear Bibeault
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Not to my knowledge.

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