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Hi All,

I am trying to call a delegate to update my form with data. This is my first time fooling with delegates so I think I need a touch of hand-holding. I appear to have set up everything correctly it is just the calling the delegate over two threads
I have at the moment got the line
C#
 //myForm1.AccessFormMarshalDelegate1(InputData);
//  myForm1.AccessFormMarshall(InputData);

which do not work (hence the comments) I need to use an Invoke command so I can cross thread in safety, I am tring to this straight after I read the port the port with the data on. I was hoping that the following would work
C#
myForm1.Invoke(AccessFormMarshall(InputData));

but it does not can anyone see why data would arrive at the serial port and not be displayed on the form otherwise?

Glenn
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Why don't you follow the documentation[^] recipe?
 
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glennPattonWork3 19-Dec-12 6:15am    
Thank you, looks like what I was looking for probably will have more questions later. Glenn

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