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The Power of the Asynchronous Programming Model as Implemented by Delegates

, 21 Jun 2006 CPOL
The Asynchronous Programming Model (APM) is implemented by Delegates, allowing you to easily invoke any method asynchronously
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Will Sullivan is a full time C# programmer in Columbia, SC. He enjoys sticking his finger through his right nostril and out his left tear duct. In photoshop.

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