What is Zig's “Colorblind” Async/Await?

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Created 2020-06-21
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An introduction to Zig's curious concurrent programming API. Async/await in Zig combines with compile-time execution, allowing functions to implicitly become async and whole libraries to work transparently in both blocking and evented I/O mode in a way that’s very much unique to Zig.


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