Thread.Kill

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Method

Thread.Kill()

Kills the specified thread.

Notes

Internally, this method will cause your thread’s stack to unwind, destructors for local objects to be called, and so forth. It's a graceful exit which can cause code to execute. It may also cause context switches.


NOTE: A thread should not kill itself. Instead, just return from the Run event handler to allow the thread to terminate.


Example

This example, which is in the Action event of a button, kills the thread.

LongProcessThread1.Kill
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