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[DotGNU]Asynchronous Delegates and cscc

From: Gopal V
Subject: [DotGNU]Asynchronous Delegates and cscc
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 14:58:19 +0530
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        I've been looking around the Async delegates stuff needed for and am stuck in a tight spot . The delegates seem to need
a couple of methods which are compiler controlled .

rotordocs (minddog) had this to say ..

<p> Compilers provide two additional methods to the delegate: 
<b>BeginInvoke</b> and <b>EndInvoke</b>. For more information on these 
methods, see .</p>

Does anyone know any documentation of this "see ." ?.

I can't find it anywhere in ECMA ... I'm growing more and more 
suspicious of the usefuless of ECMA as a reference spec.

Provided that I can get the delegates in place ... the entire Async I/O
might be made sync or async from AsyncResult.cs , creating a single 
point to fix when threading falls in place.

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