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C# Threaded Observable TimePeriod

observable timer with events, threaded and thread-safe for any usage
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public IObservable<long> Interval(TimeSpan waitPeriod) { return Observable.Create<long> (observer => { long i = 0; object synkMe = new object(); return new Timer (_ => { lock (synkMe) { observer.OnNext (i++); } }, null, waitPeriod, waitPeriod); }); } void Main() { Interval (TimeSpan.FromSeconds(2.00)).Dump(); }
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