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Differences between Invoke and Begin Invoke

Posted By :Karthikeyan Anbarasan     Posted Date :May 30, 2011    Points :40   Category :.NET Framework 
difference between invoke and begin invoke


· Delegate.Invoke: Executes synchronously, on the same thread.

· Delegate.BeginInvoke: Executes asynchronously, on a threadpool thread.

· Control.Invoke: Executes on the UI thread, but calling thread waits for completion before continuing.

· Control.BeginInvoke: Executes on the UI thread, and calling thread doesn't wait for completion.





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