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async

Function async executes a function asynchronously. It expects a lambda and this lambda will be computed asynchronously, thus not blocking the current thread. Result of this function is the result of the lambda provided as an argument. If async functions are nested, then the result of the whole expression is the result of the nested-most function.

Usage:

async (\-> IO::println :hello)

Last update: July 3, 2020