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"Await" in Python

05.03.2013
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In Guido van Rossum's PyCon 2013 keynote, he presents "a new, interoperable approach to asynchronous I/O that is being developed for inclusion in Python 3.4." Part of his proposal is a way to use "yield from" in a manner similar to await in C#. Let's just say, I'm super excited about it!




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