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Specifies the interval at which threads in the execution call PostResults callbacks.
If the time since a thread last called the PostResults callback equals or exceeds the value of this property, the thread calls the PostResults callback when TestStand next generates a result.
If the interval is a negative number, the absolute value determines the interval. In this case, threads call PostResults callbacks if the number of results accumulated exceeds the estimate of how many results TestStand can process within the interval based on the duration of previous PostResults callbacks. This mechanism provides more of a balance between result generation and result processing tasks if result generation is much faster than result processing.