C# await in catch/finally blocks
C# await is a keyword. It is used to suspend execution of the method until the awaited task is complete.
In C# 6.0, Microsoft added a new feature that allows us to use await inside the catch or finally block. So, we can perform asynchronous tasks while exception is occurred.
Let's see an example. Here, we are calling an asynchronous method inside the catch block.
C# await in Catch Block Example
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We can also use await inside the finally block. Let's see an example.
C# await in finally block example
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