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At my CodeMash precompiler, I mentioned how the C# compiler ensures that methods marked with the ‘async’ keyword that contain ‘await’ expressions never throw synchronous exceptions. Instead, those methods will return a Task (or Task) that will be placed in the faulted state if the method throws an exception. The compiler does the work to add the appropriate try/catch clauses to your methods, and translates any exceptions thrown during your method’s execution into returned faulted task.

Posted by mswatcher  |   Mar 06 2013 / 09:28

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