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how to pass parameter to Action a = () =>

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I want to stay away from multithread racing condition which is correct usage.

obj
Action a = () =>
                        {
                            ... use obj parameter here
                        };

or

Action<class> a =
                    (obj) =>
                    {
                        ... use obj here ....
                    };

a is use later in the code.
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This is how I have done it:

object myObj = "example";

Action<object> objectAction = c => ObjectActionMethod(c);

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Then use action like delegate:

objectAction(myObj);

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and the ObjectActionMethod definition:

public void ObjectActionMethod(object param)
{
     Console.WriteLine(param.ToString());  // writes "example"
}

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