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.NET/C#: some starting posts on the `async` and `await` keywords

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/12/02

Last year’s summer, I posted some .NET/C#: some starting posts on the `yield` keyword and mentioned that `async` and `await` might be the most complicated compiler transform.

So here are some posts to learn more about async and await:

The state machine transformation:

Best Practices:

Misc.:

Don’t forget you need C# 5 for all this (:

–jeroen

via: .NET/C#: some starting posts on the `yield` keyword. « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of stuff.

One Response to “.NET/C#: some starting posts on the `async` and `await` keywords”

  1. Rick said

    Cool stuff. How’s everything going? I’ll ‘await’ your response. :-)

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