Asynchronous one-way calls, DOT NET Programming

What is Asynchronous One-Way Calls

The One-way calls are a different from the asynchronous calls by the execution angle that the .NET Framework does not assure their execution. In addition to that, the methods used in this type of call cannot have return values for our parameters. The One-way calls are known by using [OneWay()] attribute in the class.

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