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By mswatcher
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Submitted: Dec 28 2013 / 11:22

The yield keyword in C# is pretty cool. Being used within an iterator, yield lets a function return an item as well as control of execution to the caller and upon next iteration resume where it left off. Neat, right? MSDN documentation lists these limitations surrounding the use of the yield keyword:
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Beat me to submitting my own article to DZone! Thanks :) Hope you all enjoy, and please ask if you have questions, see any problems, or want to offer up alternative perspectives!

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