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Hi All,

I am implementing threading in my project.
I am doing something like this.
This is my worker class:
public class test
public test(){};
public void DoWork(string abc)
bool result = false;
//do some work
result = true;
return result;

This is my threaing class:
public class threading
test objTest = null;
public threading()
objTest = new objTest();
public void ThreadCall()
Thread myThread = new Thread(new ParameterizedThreadStart(objTest.DoWork));

This is just a sample, my DoWork method will run for many threads.

Now i want to know is there any way available by which i can return a bool value from DoWork method after completion of thread.
Can we return a value from a method which is running under a thread because i didn't saw Thread.Start() method returning anything, if yes then how can we fetch that value.

Posted 20-Oct-11 0:11am
Updated 20-Oct-11 0:12am
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Solution 1

Use BackgroundWorker if you want feedback form your thread, it's easier and has all the parts ready for you to use.
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Solution 2

Or, if you would still insist on using Threads for this purpose, you would have to have a shared data structure of some kind and make sure that with multiple threads running and using the same data, you synchronise them properly.

Found this one that explains quite nicely : C# Worker Thread Starter Kit[^]

Otherwise, as Mehdi already pointed out,
is a nice handy thing.

Hope this helps

Mehdi Gholam 20-Oct-11 6:47am
My 5!
gladiatron 20-Oct-11 10:52am
thanks mate!

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