Async

In computer programming, the async/await pattern is a syntactic feature of many programming languages that allows an asynchronous, non-blocking function to be structured in a way similar to an ordinary synchronous function. It is semantically related to the concept of a coroutine and is often implemented using similar techniques, and is primarily intended to provide opportunities for the program to execute other code while waiting for a long-running, asynchronous task to complete, usually represented by promises or similar data structures. The feature is found in C# 5.0, C++, Python 3.5, F#, Hack, Julia, Dart, Kotlin 1.1, Rust 1.39, Nim 0.9.4 and JavaScript ES2017, with some experimental work in extensions, beta versions, and particular implementations of Scala. The feature is implemented as part of Swift 5.5.

In computer programming, the async/await pattern is a syntactic feature of many programming languages that allows an asynchronous, non-blocking function to be structured in a way similar to an ordinary synchronous function. It is semantically…

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