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Hi
I use System.Io.Ports and the serial interface to receive data in a Terminal like application. From the .Net driver I have a
DataReceivedHandler where I receive call with each small part of information sent on the serial.

the problem: I have seen sometime some "garbage info", data from previous read. I suspect the call come realy fast and it happens sometime to get old data.

intention:
I want to change my current implementation in this DataReceivedHandler to write in a circular list. This list I intend to be a vector where I put struct having 2 fiels:
- a State bit or boolean flag
- and the information

When I write I just check the state bit (which is similar to a lock), and if it is still false I write the info and increase the indexWrite.

and now the question:
Whould be safe this implementation without using lock{ circularList } when I receive very fast calls to the DataReceivedHandler?

george
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