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Submitted: Oct 23 2013 / 04:28

Modern application development requires asynchronous programming techniques. For C++, this generally involves using libraries employing promises or futures or tasks, a la PPL and std::future. What about adding 'await' to the C++ language itself? It's clear that 'await' has done wonders for C#. What would it look like for C++? How does it work? This detailed walkthrough will show the benefits of using ‘await’ vs. PPL or std::future, dig into it's implementation in VC++, and explain the differences between C++ await and C# await.
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