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The delegate keyword is a keyword in C sharp programming language. It is used to pass a method or function to another object.

The advantages of using delegates include:

  • Easy to use syntax
  • Simple implementation
  • More efficient than using threads

Delegates are often used for asynchronous programming and event handling, but they can also be used for data access.

The delegate pattern is a software design pattern that implements an interface to an object and allows other objects to behave as this interface without knowing anything about the implementation.

The most important use case of delegates is for multi-threading. This can be achieved by using delegates with the System.Threading namespace to create thread objects.

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