Subject: Terminal WaitForAsync ScriptEvent[]
Date: 2020-04-22 22:14:13
From: justin.foster
Source: terminal-waitforasync-scriptevent[]

This is probably something simple but I can't seem to find the answer. I am trying to use the WaitForAsync method with a TelnetTerminalControl. I am building my ScriptEvent array as per below and I get an error that it is not an array when I receive the callback.  How do I build an array of ScriptEvent?  Also, I am running in a headless mode, purely screen scraping, at what point should I consider all of a screen complete? Should I be polling for text or perhaps use tControl.Screen.GetRegionText?

Thank you in advance!

        private void Test()
            ScriptEvent[] searchText = new ScriptEvent[]
                 ScriptEvent.TextAtPosition("Test", 0, 0)
            tControl.WaitForAsync(searchText, asyncWaitCompleted);

       // Error = {"Unable to cast object of type 'ComponentPro.Net.Terminal.ScriptEvent' to type 'ComponentPro.Net.Terminal.ScriptEvent[]'."}
        private void asyncWaitCompleted(Object obj, System.ComponentModel.AsyncCompletedEventArgs eventArgs)


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