This sample C# snippet demonstrates how to use the TaskCompleted event to be notified when an asynchronous method completes. Given that the event callback is in the background thread, any UI updates must occur on the main thread. This example demonstrates how to do it:

	private void taskCompletedToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
	    {
	    // Demonstrate an asynchronous Chilkat method call with a TaskCompleted event.
	    Chilkat.Http http = new Chilkat.Http();

	    http.OnTaskCompleted += http_OnTaskCompleted;

	    Chilkat.Task task = http.QuickGetStrAsync("http://www.chilkatsoft.com/");

	    // We can set the task.UserData property to identify this particular asynchronous call in the callback.
	    task.UserData = "chilkatHomePage";

	    // Runs the HTTP GET asynchronously on a background thread..
	    task.Run();
	    }

	// This event fires in the background thread. 
	// 
	void http_OnTaskCompleted(object sender, Chilkat.TaskCompletedEventArgs args)
	    {
	    Chilkat.Task task = args.Task;

	    // This event callback is running in the background thread.
	    // To update a UI element, we must be on the UI thread..
	    this.Invoke((MethodInvoker)delegate
		{
		    // The task.UserData can be used to identify the particular asynchronous method call
		    // that this callback belongs to.
		    if (task.UserData.Equals("chilkatHomePage"))
			{
			// An asychronous method is simply calling the corresponding synchronous method
			// in a background thread.  In this case, it is a call to QuickGetStr,
			// which returned a string, or it returned Nothing for failure.  This result is available
			// via task.GetResultString.  The LastErrorText for the background call 
			// is available in task.ResultErrorText
			string htmlPage = task.GetResultString();
			if (htmlPage == null)
			    {
			    textBox2.Text = task.ResultErrorText;
			    }
			else
			    {
			    textBox2.Text = htmlPage;
			    }
			}
		});
	    }
	}