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  1. So asynchronous programming is something quite difficult to do in JavaScript, but since we now have Promises and async/await, it's becoming increasingly less complicated. Plus there is no need for "callback hell". So I will assume you understand what Promise.all() is and why it can sometimes be problematic, as it will not wait for all requests to complete and just fails on the first rejected Promise. The following function will still reject on a failed Promise, but the difference being it will wait for all the Promises to complete before resolving or rejecting. If no failure occurred, the
  2. I have some nested async methods calling each other and it is confusing. I am trying to convert a project which downloads the files in an async download. On the click of the download button this is the method triggered: private async void enableOfflineModeToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { for(int i = 0; i < _playlists.Count; i++) { DoubleDimList.Add(new List<String>()); for(int j = 0; j < 5; j++) { string sMp3 = IniReadValue(_playlists[i], "Track
  3. It's been requested in the past to have multithreading to which the response was "It would take too much redesigning of Autoit" but what about Async? Multithreading and Async are two different things. This way we could put tasks in the background without having to fork processes. Right? Also better event handling would be nice rather than throwing everything in a while loop we could have some functionality like javascript which seems to be far more responsive and reliable as the more you add to your while loop the less change there is of your "event" getting caught for some reason (At least in
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