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, 24 Mar 2011 CPOL
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Or in the new framework 4.0 use parallel tasks?private void MethodStarter(){ Task myFirstTask = Task.Factory.StartNew(Method1); Task mySecondTask = Task.Factory.StartNew(Method1);}private void Method1(){}private void Method2(){}Sascha Barber wrote this[^]...
Or in the new framework 4.0 use parallel tasks?
private void MethodStarter()
{
    Task myFirstTask = Task.Factory.StartNew(Method1);
    Task mySecondTask = Task.Factory.StartNew(Method1);
}
 
private void Method1()
{
}
 
private void Method2()
{
}
 
Sascha Barber wrote this[^] excellent article about Parallel Tasks.

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