When to use Task.Delay, when to use Thread.Sleep?
Thread.Sleep are both used to introduce delays or pauses in the execution of your code, but they have different use cases and implications.
In summary, use
Task.Delay when working with asynchronous code and you want to avoid blocking the current thread. Use
Thread.Sleep when you explicitly want to block the current thread, but be cautious about using it in scenarios where responsiveness is important, such as in GUI applications. In modern C# applications, with the widespread use of async/await,
Task.Delay is often the more appropriate choice.