After basic thread operations such as starting the thread or task and providing its start address, .NET also provides synchronization mechanisms. These mechanisms are important in order to understand the proper use of threads for concurrent operations without interfering with threads. Furthermore, we will explain blocking methods, locking, signaling, and non-blocking synchronization.
In .NET, the blocking methods are
Task::Wait. It is better to block the thread instead of spinning it and wasting processor time. When we say spin, we think of a loop where a thread will iterate the loop until some condition is satisfied. The
Sleep method simply changes the thread state ...