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How to run multiple methods asyncronously and wait until all are finished?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
I have this method:   public virtual List<User> GetUsersAsync(string[] usernames) { var result = new List<User>(); foreach (var username in usernames) { result.Add(this.GetUser(username)); } return result; }   Currently this method and GetUser run synchronously. How can I change this so that each GetUser runs asynchronously and GetUsers returns when all the GetUser() requests are completed? I know one way would be using delegate beginInvoke and endInvoke like this:   public virtual List<User> GetUsers(string[] usernames) { var result = new List<User>(); var delegates = new Dictionary<GetUserDelegate, IAsyncResult>(); // begin invoke all asynchronously foreach (var username in usernames) { var thisDelegate = new GetUserDelegate(GetUser); var asyncResult = thisDelegate.BeginInvoke(username, null, null); delegates.Add(thisDelegate, asyncResult); } // end invoke all foreach (var thisDelegate in delegates) { result.Add(thisDelegate.Key.EndInvoke(thisDelegate.Value)); } return result; }   this does work but seems to be a bit ugly code; what is the better way to do this? Thanks  

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