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Mutex Constructor

Initializes a new instance of the Mutex class.

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Public method Supported by the .NET Compact Framework Supported by the XNA Framework Mutex() Initializes a new instance of the Mutex class with default properties.
Public method Supported by the .NET Compact Framework Supported by the XNA Framework Mutex(Boolean) Initializes a new instance of the Mutex class with a Boolean value that indicates whether the calling thread should have initial ownership of the mutex.
Public method Mutex(Boolean, String) Initializes a new instance of the Mutex class with a Boolean value that indicates whether the calling thread should have initial ownership of the mutex, and a string that is the name of the mutex.
Public method Mutex(Boolean, String, Boolean) Initializes a new instance of the Mutex class with a Boolean value that indicates whether the calling thread should have initial ownership of the mutex, a string that is the name of the mutex, and a Boolean value that, when the method returns, indicates whether the calling thread was granted initial ownership of the mutex.
Public method Mutex(Boolean, String, Boolean, MutexSecurity) Initializes a new instance of the Mutex class with a Boolean value that indicates whether the calling thread should have initial ownership of the mutex, a string that is the name of the mutex, a Boolean variable that, when the method returns, indicates whether the calling thread was granted initial ownership of the mutex, and the access control security to be applied to the named mutex.
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