How do you create an asynchronous method in C#?

In C#, you can create an asynchronous method using the async and await keywords. Here's an example of how to create an asynchronous method in C#:

public async Task<int> MyAsyncMethodAsync()
    // Do some asynchronous work here
    await Task.Delay(1000); // Wait for 1 second

    // Return a result
    return 42;

The async keyword indicates that the method contains asynchronous code in this example. The Task<int> return type indicates that the method will return a Task object that represents the asynchronous operation and that the result of the operation will be an integer.

The await keyword is used to await the completion of the Task.Delay method simulates some asynchronous work that takes 1 second to complete. When the Task.Delay method completes, and the method returns the integer value 42.

To call this asynchronous method, you can use the await keyword to wait for the method to complete asynchronously:

int result = await MyAsyncMethodAsync();

This will asynchronously wait for the completion of the MyAsyncMethodAsync method and store the result in the result variable.

Here is a detailed article on Async And Await In C#.

Async and await are a part of Asynchronous Programming in C#.

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