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Asynchronously wait for Task<T> to complete with timeout in C#

Here is the original question: How to add timeout in Async Task in c#?

Example for Asynchronously wait for Task<T> to complete with timeout in C#. If you are working with an async task then you may be required to add some timeout for a particular task. Here I give an example that shows how to add timeout functionality to your Async task or Async method in C#.

int timeout = 2000; //2 Second timeout
var task = YourAsyncMethodOrTask(); //without await keyword
if (await Task.WhenAny(task, Task.Delay(timeout)) == task) {
    // task completed within timeout
    ...
} else { 
    // Add timeout logic here
    ...
}

You can add your timeout logic into else part.

Hope this will helps.

 

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