Prepares this instance, creating (but not starting) the thread.Namespace: CleanCode.Threading
Assembly: CleanCode (in CleanCode.dll) Version: 184.108.40.206 (1.2.03)
Return ValueThread created
Must be overridden by subclass and return a thread with an appropriate entry point, along with other preparation peculiar to your subclass. The typical final line might be
where myEntryPoint is a method in your subclass with no arguments. This method should not be called in user code; it is called by the ThreadManager when its Add(ThreadWorker) method is invoked.