You can call the Join method family which you'll find here[^]. This means of course that thread A, the thread that wants to wait for thread B, must have access to the thread B instance, so it can call the Join() method on it.
I've run into a problem while working on an interface for the result of raw SQL.
The user inputs the raw SQL code and the form renders a result, it's an educational piece of software so nothing too fancy.
Now, the problem I have is that after putting the result into a DataTable, it crashes when I pass it as a DataSource for the DataGridView.
The database I'm querying is an MSAccess (2003, mdb) database.
Oddly enough, it doesn't misbehave (crash) when I'm using an SQLite database.
I would like some help since the stacktrace isn't making sense to me.
A first chance exception of type 'System.ArgumentException' occurred in System.Drawing.dll
System.Transactions Critical: 0 : <tracerecord xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/2004/10/E2ETraceEvent/TraceRecord" severity="Critical"><traceidentifier>http://msdn.microsoft.com/TraceCodes/System/ActivityTracing/2004/07/Reliability/Exception/Unhandled<description>Unhandled exception<appdomain>SimpelQL.Net.vshost.exe<exception><exceptiontype>System.ArgumentException, mscorlib, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089<message>Parameter is not valid.<stacktrace> at System.Drawing.Font.GetHeight(Graphics graphics)
at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridView.RefreshRows(Boolean scrollIntoView)
at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridView.OnDataSourceChanged(EventArgs e)
at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridView.set_DataSource(Object value)
at Proj.Net.MainForm.evt_Exec(Object sender, EventArgs e) in L:\Dev\Proj.Net\MainForm.cs:line 139
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