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Q. How do you start 2 or more other classes to threading from a single Form1??

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Q. How do you start 2 or more other classes to threading from a single Form1??

I tried this code on Form1 (Form1_Load) but if failed...

objClass1 = new Class1();
objClass1 = new Thread(new ThreadStart(StartMoveKing));
      
 // also

objClass2 = new Class2();
objClass2 = Thread(new ThreadStart(StartMoveQueen));
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using System.Threading;

Class1 objClass1;
Thread t;

objClass1 = new Class1();
t = new Thread(new ThreadStart(objClass1.YourFunc));
t.Start();
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using System.Threading;

Class1 objClass1;
Class2 objClass2;
Thread t1;
Thread t2;

objClass1 = new Class1();
t1 = new Thread(new ThreadStart(objClass1.StartMoveKing));
t1.Start();

objClass2 = new Class2();
t2 = Thread(new ThreadStart(StartMoveQueen));
t2.Start();
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