Represents a method that is called when an asynchronous operation completes.
Assembly: System.Net (in System.Net.dll)
This method is used to hook up an event handler to be used as the completion callback for a subsequent asynchronous socket operation. The caller must implement at least one callback delegate inherited from this method prior to starting an asynchronous socket operation using one of the asynchronous methods on the System.Net.Sockets.Socket class: Socket.ConnectAsync, Socket.ReceiveAsync, and Socket.SendAsync.
The caller's method provides a way for client applications to complete an asynchronous socket operation. A callback delegate must be implemented when an asynchronous socket operation is initiated. The completion callback delegate(s) inherited from the method must contain program logic to finish processing the asynchronous socket operation for the client.
When an asynchronous operation is signaled, the application uses the SocketAsyncEventArgs object parameter to obtain status of the completed asynchronous socket operation.
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