I would very much like to be able to ask my question properly, but I do not know how to be "clearer" like @Hank Hoterman told me I should be.
Kindly, could you direct me to a place for beginner questions?
Thank you again and for your time. :)
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Be very clear in your title. Make sure your title describes your problem clearly.
In the body of your post, make sure that your question matches your title. Make sure that you only ask one question at a time. Include all of the relevant details, and leave out any details that are not needed.
That's a good place to get started.
You do not have to be perfect with your English. People will help you fix that. However, you do have to be close enough so that people can understand what you are trying to say.
Here's a copy of your original question:
Here are difficulties I have in trying to understand your question:
What makes you think that a "variable" should be "serialized" at all, and why "per each entire method invocation"?
This is the first and only mention of "serialization" in the question, but it doesn't fit the title ("delegate to events") and doesn't fit the code sample.
I don't understand the question.
What compiler error[s], and what code generates those errors? Are you asking how to fix those compiler errors?
Reinstalling the .net isn't the most likely way to fix compiler errors: a compiler error normally means a problem with your source code.
In what way does this code relate to the rest of the question?
Jon Skeet has a good post up on his blog on "How to write the perfect question":
Quoting your original question:
If the compiler shows errors, that means your code is wrong. It doesn't mean the compiler has a problem and you do not need to re-install .NET.