Well, have you tried yet? It is pretty simple. The Timer class exposes an event called "Tick" which fires on every tick of the timer. So, set the timer duration, hook into the Tick event, start the timer. Now, in the Tick event handler method, update the label.
Yea i already try many times b4 i post but i still cant mange to do that!
I know is simple but its hard when come to the write code part!
Can u gv me some link where can i reference to?
Because i am a beginner in C# i am willing to learn it!
You did not do it like I said. You have some minor errors, and a namespace with a name of "Timer_2" is kind of weird. Here is one problem:
_timer.Tick += timer_Tick;
You are assigning a delegate method to the Tick event, namely, "timer_Tick". However, there is no such method because you have incorrectly declared the method as:
The signatures do not match. I am not sure where the namespace collision is occurring, but for good measure, change the name of your namespace to something other than "Timer_2". Just right click it and refactor.