A lot of developers have the wrong ideas about async code and multi-threading and how it all works, or how to use it. Here, you'll learn the differences between the two concepts and implement each one in C#.
For many programmers something like:
if (someState != someOtherState && someState == someOtherOtherState || someState == someOtherOtherOtherState)
Is a common pattern. I am here to discuss alternatives to this pattern which will reduce *code smells* within code analyzers.
C# is an object-oriented programming language created in conjunction with Microsoft’s .NET framework. Compilation is usually done into the Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL), which is then JIT-compiled to native code (and cached) during execution in the Common Language Runtime (CLR).