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- <assembly>
- <name>System.Reactive.Interfaces</name>
- </assembly>
- <members>
- <member name="T:System.Reactive.NamespaceDoc">
- <summary>
- The <b>System.Reactive</b> namespace contains interfaces and classes used throughout the Reactive Extensions library.
- </summary>
- </member>
- <member name="T:System.Reactive.Concurrency.NamespaceDoc">
- <summary>
- The <b>System.Reactive.Concurrency</b> namespace contains interfaces and classes that provide the scheduler infrastructure used by Reactive Extensions to construct and
- process event streams. Schedulers are used to parameterize the concurrency introduced by query operators, provide means to virtualize time, to process historical data,
- and to write unit tests for functionality built using Reactive Extensions constructs.
- </summary>
- </member>
- <member name="T:System.Reactive.Disposables.NamespaceDoc">
- <summary>
- The <b>System.Reactive.Disposables</b> namespace contains interfaces and classes that provide a compositional set of constructs used to deal with resource and subscription
- management in Reactive Extensions. Those types are used extensively within the implementation of Reactive Extensions and are useful when writing custom query operators or
- schedulers.
- </summary>
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- The <b>System.Reactive.Linq</b> namespace contains interfaces and classes that support expressing queries over observable sequences, using Language Integrated Query (LINQ).
- Query operators are made available as extension methods for IObservable&lt;T&gt; and IQbservable&lt;T&gt; defined on the Observable and Qbservable classes, respectively.
- </summary>
- </member>
- <member name="T:System.Reactive.Subjects.NamespaceDoc">
- <summary>
- The <b>System.Reactive.Subjects</b> namespace contains interfaces and classes to represent subjects, which are objects implementing both IObservable&lt;T&gt; and IObserver&lt;T&gt;.
- Subjects are often used as sources of events, allowing one party to raise events and allowing another party to write queries over the event stream. Because of their ability to
- have multiple registered observers, subjects are also used as a facility to provide multicast behavior for event streams in queries.
- </summary>
- </member>
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- This type of scheduler can be used to run timers more efficiently instead of using recursive scheduling.
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- <summary>
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- </summary>
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- <param name="action">Action to be executed, potentially updating the state.</param>
- <returns>The disposable object used to cancel the scheduled recurring action (best effort).</returns>
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- <summary>
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- </summary>
- </member>
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- <summary>
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- </summary>
- <returns>New stopwatch object; started at the time of the request.</returns>
- </member>
- <member name="T:System.Reactive.Concurrency.IScheduledItem`1">
- <summary>
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- </summary>
- <typeparam name="TAbsolute">Absolute time representation type.</typeparam>
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- <summary>
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- </member>
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- <summary>
- Represents an object that schedules units of work.
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- Schedules an action to be executed.
- </summary>
- <typeparam name="TState">The type of the state passed to the scheduled action.</typeparam>
- <param name="state">State passed to the action to be executed.</param>
- <param name="action">Action to be executed.</param>
- <returns>The disposable object used to cancel the scheduled action (best effort).</returns>
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- <summary>
- Schedules an action to be executed after dueTime.
- </summary>
- <typeparam name="TState">The type of the state passed to the scheduled action.</typeparam>
- <param name="state">State passed to the action to be executed.</param>
- <param name="action">Action to be executed.</param>
- <param name="dueTime">Relative time after which to execute the action.</param>
- <returns>The disposable object used to cancel the scheduled action (best effort).</returns>
- </member>
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- <summary>
- Schedules an action to be executed at dueTime.
- </summary>
- <typeparam name="TState">The type of the state passed to the scheduled action.</typeparam>
- <param name="state">State passed to the action to be executed.</param>
- <param name="action">Action to be executed.</param>
- <param name="dueTime">Absolute time at which to execute the action.</param>
- <returns>The disposable object used to cancel the scheduled action (best effort).</returns>
- </member>
- <member name="P:System.Reactive.Concurrency.IScheduler.Now">
- <summary>
- Gets the scheduler's notion of current time.
- </summary>
- </member>
- <member name="T:System.Reactive.Concurrency.ISchedulerLongRunning">
- <summary>
- Scheduler with support for starting long-running tasks.
- This type of scheduler can be used to run loops more efficiently instead of using recursive scheduling.
- </summary>
- </member>
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- <summary>
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- </summary>
- <typeparam name="TState">The type of the state passed to the scheduled action.</typeparam>
- <param name="state">State passed to the action to be executed.</param>
- <param name="action">Action to be executed.</param>
- <returns>The disposable object used to cancel the scheduled action (best effort).</returns>
- <remarks>
- <para><b>Notes to implementers</b></para>
- The returned disposable object should not prevent the work from starting, but only set the cancellation flag passed to the specified action.
- </remarks>
- </member>
- <member name="T:System.Reactive.Concurrency.IStopwatch">
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- Abstraction for a stopwatch to compute time relative to a starting point.
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- </member>
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- <summary>
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- </member>
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- <summary>
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- <summary>
- Gets a value that indicates whether the object is disposed.
- </summary>
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- Represents a .NET event invocation consisting of the strongly typed object that raised the event and the data that was generated by the event.
- </summary>
- <typeparam name="TSender">
- The type of the sender that raised the event.
- This type parameter is covariant. That is, you can use either the type you specified or any type that is more derived. For more information about covariance and contravariance, see Covariance and Contravariance in Generics.
- </typeparam>
- <typeparam name="TEventArgs">
- The type of the event data generated by the event.
- This type parameter is covariant. That is, you can use either the type you specified or any type that is more derived. For more information about covariance and contravariance, see Covariance and Contravariance in Generics.
- </typeparam>
- </member>
- <member name="P:System.Reactive.IEventPattern`2.Sender">
- <summary>
- Gets the sender object that raised the event.
- </summary>
- </member>
- <member name="P:System.Reactive.IEventPattern`2.EventArgs">
- <summary>
- Gets the event data that was generated by the event.
- </summary>
- </member>
- <member name="T:System.Reactive.IEventPatternSource`1">
- <summary>
- Represents a data stream signaling its elements by means of an event.
- </summary>