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Asynchronous Programming Design Pattern

.NET Framework 1.1

The asynchronous pattern is core technology in the .NET Framework. It provides an efficient model to manage asynchronous operations and a consistent programming model. After you have learned to use the asynchronous pattern with IO classes, you can easily use the asynchronous pattern with network classes, delegates, and so forth, including new APIs.

In This Section

Asynchronous Design Pattern Overview
Describes how asynchronous design patterns are implemented.
Asynchronous Method Signatures
Explains the use of method signatures used for method parameter ordering.
IAsyncResult Interface
Describes the IAsyncResult interface used to monitor and manage asynchronous operations.
AsyncCallback Delegate for Asynchronous Operations
Explains the use of the AsyncCallback delegate.

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Asynchronous Programming
Describes orientation for asynchronous programming with the .NET Framework.
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