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C# InvokeRequired and MethodInvoker()

vivekj2004 asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
Problem is that I cannot use the commented part of the code because MethodInvoker does not take any arguments, but I want to call the method which has aguments (only 1 actually). How can I do this. Can somebody answer this quickly?

 public void DisplayProductFamilies(List<RetentionProductFamilyDisplayDTO> families)
            if (this.retentionControl.InvokeRequired)
                MessageBox.Show(" Display Product Families not invoked by the retentionControl UI control");
            //    MethodInvoker method = new MethodInvoker(this.DisplayProductFamilies);
            //    this.retentionControl.Invoke(method);
            //    return;
            NavBarControl navBar = retentionControl.NavBarProductFamilies;
            if (navBar != null)
            if ((families != null) && (families.Count != 0))
                foreach (RetentionProductFamilyDisplayDTO retentionFamily in families)
                //   Hide(true);

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