A Thread class is responsible for creating and managing a thread in multi-thread programming. It provides a method known as ResetAbort which is responsible for canceling the abort request of the current thread. It prevents the ThreadAbortException from terminating the thread.
public static void ResetAbort ();
- ThreadStateException : If the Abort was not invoked on the current thread.
- SecurityException : If the caller does not have the required security permission for the current thread.
Below programs illustrate the use of ResetAbort() method:
My Thread is working..! Aborting thread Caught ThreadAbortException and reset Ex message: Thread was being aborted. Thread is alive and working..! Thread is finished its working..! Main thread ends
System.Threading.ThreadStateException: Unable to reset abort because no abort was requested.
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