BlockingCollection<T>.Dispose BlockingCollection<T>.Dispose BlockingCollection<T>.Dispose BlockingCollection<T>.Dispose Method

Definition

Releases all resources used by the current instance of the BlockingCollection<T> class.

Overloads

Dispose() Dispose() Dispose() Dispose()

Releases all resources used by the current instance of the BlockingCollection<T> class.

Dispose(Boolean) Dispose(Boolean) Dispose(Boolean) Dispose(Boolean)

Releases resources used by the BlockingCollection<T> instance.

Dispose() Dispose() Dispose() Dispose()

Releases all resources used by the current instance of the BlockingCollection<T> class.

public:
 virtual void Dispose();
public void Dispose ();
abstract member Dispose : unit -> unit
override this.Dispose : unit -> unit
Public Sub Dispose ()

Implements

Remarks

The Dispose method is not thread-safe.

Call Dispose when you are finished using the BlockingCollection<T>. The Dispose method leaves the BlockingCollection<T> in an unusable state. After calling Dispose, you must release all references to the BlockingCollection<T> so the garbage collector can reclaim the memory that the BlockingCollection<T> was occupying.

For more information, see Cleaning Up Unmanaged Resources and Implementing a Dispose Method.

Note

Always call Dispose before you release your last reference to the BlockingCollection<T>. Otherwise, the resources it is using will not be freed until the garbage collector calls the BlockingCollection<T> object's Finalize method.

See also

Dispose(Boolean) Dispose(Boolean) Dispose(Boolean) Dispose(Boolean)

Releases resources used by the BlockingCollection<T> instance.

protected:
 virtual void Dispose(bool disposing);
protected virtual void Dispose (bool disposing);
abstract member Dispose : bool -> unit
override this.Dispose : bool -> unit
Protected Overridable Sub Dispose (disposing As Boolean)

Parameters

disposing
Boolean Boolean Boolean Boolean

Whether being disposed explicitly (true) or due to a finalizer (false).

See also

Applies to