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By mswatcher
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Published: Aug 31 2013 / 07:58

So, you've read about the C#5 async and await keywords and how they help simplify asynchronous programming. Alas, your employer (or you) upgraded to Visual Studio 2010 just two years ago and isn't ready to shell out another round for VS 2012. You are stuck with VS 2010 and C#4 where that feature is unsupported. (This article also applies to VB.NET 2010; different syntax, but same approach.) You're left pining, "Oh, how much clearer my code would be if only I could write methods in VS 2010 which look synchronous but perform asynchronously."
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