Introduction to Asynchronous Programming

  • Daniel M. Solis


When you start a program, the system creates a new process in memory. A process is the set of resources that comprise a running program. These include the virtual address space, file handles, and a host of other things required for the program to run.


Return Type Event Handler Callback Method Main Thread Task Object 
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