Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
Threads and contexts use a local store memory mechanism to store thread-specific and context-specific data, respectively. The common language runtime allocates a multi-slot data store array to each process when it is created. The thread or context calls various functions to allocate a data slot in the data store, to store and retrieve a data value in the slot, and to free a data slot for reuse after the thread or context object expires.
The data slots are unique per thread or context; their values are not shared between the thread or context objects. Data slots can be allocated by a name or by an index number.
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