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C# Async Await Revisited

C# Async Await Revisited
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For those of you who have been using C# for some time now, you've no doubt come across the use of the Async and Await keywords for asynchronous programming and probably made extensive use of them yourselves. If you're new to the language, asynchronous programming in the language—today—finds these keywords at its core. They make writing asynchronous methods very easy; those methods look very similar to their synchronous counterparts, and are almost as easy to read.
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