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Understanding BackgroundWorker and Encapsulating your own Thread Class

, 30 Mar 2011
Understanding BackgroundWorker threads and how to encapsulate your own thread class.
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Chris_Green
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Formerly a C++ client developer, nowadays I’m all about C# and ASP.NET. I work for a consulting firm which specializes in .NET technologies. Over the years I have mastered some and played with many aspects of .NET.
 
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