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Async/Await Function in JavaScript

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Async/Await Function in JavaScript

# Introduction to Async/Await Function in Javascript The Async/Await function in Javascript is a modern way to handle asynchronous operations and improve the readability of code. It allows us to write asynchronous code that looks and behaves like synchronous code, making it easier to read and debug. Async/Await is a combination of two ECMAScript features: Async functions and the await keyword. Async functions are functions that are declared with the `async` keyword. These functions return a Promise, which can be used to handle asynchronous operations. The `await` keyword can be used inside an async function to pause the execution of the function until the awaited Promise is resolved. This makes it easy to write code that handles asynchronous operations in a sequential manner. Overall, Async/Await allows developers to write asynchronous code that looks and behaves like synchronous code. This improves the readability and maintainability of the code and makes it easier to debug.

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Async/Await is a new way to write asynchronous code in JavaScript. It allows us to write promise-based code as if it were synchronous, but without blocking the main thread. It makes asynchronous code easier to read and debug. Async/Await functions start with the keyword `async` followed by a function declaration. These functions can then use the `await` keyword to wait for a promise to resolve before continuing. Below is a sample code for an async/await function in JavaScript: ```javascript async function asyncFunc() { let result = await somePromise(); console.log(result); } ``` In this example, `asyncFunc` is an asynchronous function that uses `await` to wait for the `somePromise` to resolve before logging the result.