Token Source. Try Reset Method
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Attempts to reset the CancellationTokenSource to be used for an unrelated operation.
public: bool TryReset();
public bool TryReset ();
member this.TryReset : unit -> bool
Public Function TryReset () As Boolean
true if the CancellationTokenSource has not had cancellation requested and could have its state reset to be reused for a subsequent operation; otherwise,
- The operation with which the CancellationTokenSource was used has completed.
- No-one else will attempt to cancel it.
- Any remaining registrations are erroneous.
Upon a successful reset, such registrations will no longer be notified for any subsequent cancellation of the
CancellationTokenSource; however, if any component still holds a reference to this
CancellationTokenSource either directly or indirectly via a CancellationToken
handed out from it, polling via their reference will show the current state any time after the reset as
it's the same instance. Usage of TryReset() concurrently with requesting cancellation is not
thread-safe and may result in TryReset() returning
true even if cancellation was already requested. Also, it may result
in registrations not being invoked as part of the concurrent cancellation request.