ConsoleApplication.DoEvents

From Xojo Documentation

Method

ConsoleApplication.DoEvents([milliseconds As Integer])

Supported for all project types and targets.

Yields time back to your app so that it can handle other events.

Notes

By design, console applications do not have a main event loop. It implies that classes relying on such event loop will not work as expected.

You can call DoEvents in the Run event of your console application to create your own main event loop. If you use Timers or sockets in a console application and fail to periodically call App.DoEvents, sockets will not work and Timer.Action will never fire.

Sample Code

// In the Run event of your console application

Dim consoleTimer As New MyTimerSubclass
consoleTimer.Mode = 2 // Don't forget this one
consoleTimer.Period = 1000 // Call every second

Do
App.DoEvents
Loop

where myTimerSubclass is a subclass of Timer whose Action event holds the code you want to be executed. Since this creates an infinite loop here, press Control-C in the terminal to stop the app.