JNTimer Publisher's description
from Lonce Wyse
The java millisecond timer is accurate only to within about 60 ms on Wintel machines running 95/98 (probably others)
The java millisecond timer is accurate only to within about 60 ms on Wintel machines running 95/98 (probably others), which is much too much slop for sound synthesis.
The JNTimer provided here is accurate to within roughly 1 ms on the 95/98/ME/XP platforms (probably be larger for NT/2000).
The JNTimer native backend uses the MMSystems timeGetTime() method from the microsoft monopoly.
This package is meant only to tide over until Sun implements a decent millisecond timer on Windows.
A basic periodic timer with a setable period, and a "start" and a "stop" method.
As in the standard paradigm, you add event "Listeners" to JNTimers that have a callback function to perform actions when the timer fires.
System Requirements:В· Java
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall