Scheduler. Queue Task(Task) Method
Queues a Task to the scheduler.
protected public: abstract void QueueTask(System::Threading::Tasks::Task ^ task);
[System.Security.SecurityCritical] protected internal abstract void QueueTask (System.Threading.Tasks.Task task);
protected internal abstract void QueueTask (System.Threading.Tasks.Task task);
abstract member QueueTask : System.Threading.Tasks.Task -> unit
Protected Friend MustOverride Sub QueueTask (task As Task)
task argument is null.
A class derived from TaskScheduler implements this method to accept tasks being scheduled on the scheduler.
A typical implementation would store the task in an internal data structure, which would be serviced by threads that would execute those tasks at some time in the future.
This method is only meant to be called by the .NET Framework and should not be called directly by the derived class. This is necessary for maintaining the consistency of the system.