C# Tutorial 11, Threading

C# Tutorial 11, Threading

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10 responses to “C# Tutorial 11, Threading”

  1. Swen Kooij says:

    This is horrible. You are doing unsafe multi-threading, stop using CheckForIllegalCrossThreadCalls and invoke the the richTextBox. Also an infinite loop shouldn’t be done using for(;;) but with while(true).

  2. 123mmify says:

    i prefer c++ to C#, but that’s my opinion. Hmm from my experience you don’t want too many extra threads. (it will freaze up your computer) but a couple is fine.

  3. 123mmify says:

    Ive been programming since i was 9. Im actually developing a game right now.

  4. iTzAdam5X says:

    I think so.

  5. guitarkingdk says:

    Till your program crashes due to deadlocks 🙂

  6. malek allani says:

    can we replace timers by threads??

  7. Dimucchu says:

    i cannot change the CheckForIllegalCrossThreadCalls in Visual Studio 2010 and 11 Beta

  8. Maxthekiller1 says:

    Thank you very much (:

  9. iTzAdam5X says:

    Yeah I know that now, lol. I made this like a year ago when I didn’t know the correct term for anything.

  10. projectptube says:

    umm you are not creating a new “void” you are creating a method. void means you are not returning a value.

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