Async/Await. Where did the thread go? Inversion of asynchrony. Exposing the hoax

Async/Await. Where did the thread go? Inversion of asynchrony. Exposing the hoax

Last time we discussed an example where an asynchronous operation uses an additional thread. This example seemed provocative and even harmful to many, which seems quite strange to me. As far as I understand, the main complaint is that this example seems to many to disprove the “economical use of threads” as it is phrased, for example, here-“metanit: Asynchronous programming”.

Of course, many people took offense at me for daring to contradict a recognized authority who put in the title of his very famous work the phrase There is no thread (There is no thread), because it is well known that: “there is no prophet in his homeland”, and , probably shouldn’t be, but it’s all emotions.

Let me show you how to transform my example to show not only that “thread economy” but also where it comes from.

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