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Coroutines are functions that yield and execute cooperatively, the concept that has been around for many decades. According to Wikipedia, coroutines are very similar to threads. However, coroutines are cooperatively multitasked, whereas threads are typically preemptively multitasked.

Coroutines are useful for script-like scenarios where the code execution flow can be suspended and resumed after each logical step. …


Andrew Nosenko

Dad, a startup founder, ex-Principal Software Engineer at Nuance Communications

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