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Description 
Creates a HISR timer. Once the timer is created, it will fire repeatedly at the interval until the timer is deleted. The thread priority of a HISR timer is higher than the main thread. The callback of a HISR timer is invoked in the interrupt context. Therefore, the callback of a HISR timer should not be used to access any LinkIt SDK APIs. The callback should not use signal, mutex or thread API. But it can call the DCL API. It should only be used to perform fast operations, such as value updates. 
Creates a non-precise timer. Once the timer is created, it will fire repeatedly at the interval until the timer is deleted. A non-precise timer will not stop when the system gets into the power saving mode. The non-precise timer can be used to wake the system up. An application is allowed to have up to 10 non-precise timers.
The callback functions of both precise and non-precise timers are executed by the same thread. A callback will not be executed until the execution of the previous callback completes. 
Creates a precise timer. Once the timer is created, it will fire repeatedly at the interval until the timer is deleted. A precise timer will be stopped when the system gets into the power saving mode. An application is allowed to have up to 10 precise timers.
The callback functions of both precise and non-precise timers are executed by the same thread. A callback will not be executed until the execution of the previous callback completes. 
Delete a HISR timer. Deleting a HISR timer inside the HISR callback execution may cancel a timer that is in expired state but the callback function has not yet been serviced. It cannot be used to delete other types of timers. 
Deletes a non-precise timer that is created by vm_timer_create_non_precise(). It cannot be used to delete other types of timers. 
Deletes a precise timer that is created by vm_timer_create_precise(). It cannot be used to delete other types of timers. 
Starts a HISR timer. Calling this function will cancel the timer event set previously, and start a new HISR timer event. 
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