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Task.ContinueWith Method

Creates a continuation that executes asynchronously when the target Task completes.

This member is overloaded. For complete information about this member, including syntax, usage, and examples, click a name in the overload list.

  NameDescription
Public method ContinueWith(Action<Task>) Creates a continuation that executes asynchronously when the target Task completes.
Public method ContinueWith<TResult>(Func<Task, TResult>) Creates a continuation that executes asynchronously when the target Task completes.
Public method ContinueWith(Action<Task>, CancellationToken) Creates a continuation that executes asynchronously when the target Task completes.
Public method ContinueWith(Action<Task>, TaskContinuationOptions) Creates a continuation that executes according to the specified TaskContinuationOptions.
Public method ContinueWith(Action<Task>, TaskScheduler) Creates a continuation that executes asynchronously when the target Task completes.
Public method ContinueWith<TResult>(Func<Task, TResult>, CancellationToken) Creates a continuation that executes asynchronously when the target Task completes.
Public method ContinueWith<TResult>(Func<Task, TResult>, TaskContinuationOptions) Creates a continuation that executes according to the condition specified in continuationOptions.
Public method ContinueWith<TResult>(Func<Task, TResult>, TaskScheduler) Creates a continuation that executes asynchronously when the target Task completes.
Public method ContinueWith(Action<Task>, CancellationToken, TaskContinuationOptions, TaskScheduler) Creates a continuation that executes according to the specified TaskContinuationOptions.
Public method ContinueWith<TResult>(Func<Task, TResult>, CancellationToken, TaskContinuationOptions, TaskScheduler) Creates a continuation that executes according to the condition specified in continuationOptions.
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