Gets the unique identifier for the asynchronous task.
Assembly: System (in System.dll)
If a class supports multiple asynchronous methods, or multiple invocations of a single method, you can determine which task raised the MethodNameCompleted event by checking the value of the property. Your code will need track these tokens, known as task IDs, as their corresponding asynchronous tasks start and complete.
The value of this property is set during the original call to the asynchronous method that started the task.
The following code example demonstrates using an AsyncOperation to track the lifetime of asynchronous operations. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the System.ComponentModel::AsyncOperationManager class.
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