NOTE: This method is now obsolete.Allocates a WaitHandle object. Namespace: System.IO
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
'Declaration <ObsoleteAttribute("CreateWaitHandle will be removed eventually. Please use " & ChrW(34) & "new ManualResetEvent(false)" & ChrW(34) & " instead.")> _ Protected Overridable Function CreateWaitHandle As WaitHandle 'Usage Dim returnValue As WaitHandle returnValue = Me.CreateWaitHandle
/** @attribute ObsoleteAttribute("CreateWaitHandle will be removed eventually. Please use \"new ManualResetEvent(false)\" instead.") */ protected WaitHandle CreateWaitHandle ()
ObsoleteAttribute("CreateWaitHandle will be removed eventually. Please use \u0022new ManualResetEvent(false)\u0022 instead.") protected function CreateWaitHandle () : WaitHandle
Return ValueA reference to the allocated WaitHandle.
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When called for the first time, the current method creates a WaitHandle object and returns it. On subsequent calls, CreateWaitHandle returns a reference to a unique wait handle.
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