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C++ For C# Developers: Part 43 – Threading Library

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As C# includes classes like Thread and Mutex, the C++ Standard Library also provides support for multi-threading. Classes like std::thread and std::mutex are very similar, but there are larger differences when it comes to C#’s lock, async, and await keywords. Read on to learn how to write multi-threaded C++!

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C++ For C# Developers: Part 36 – Coroutines

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In today’s final article covering the C++ language, we’ll explore a new C++20 feature: coroutines. These are analogous to both C# iterator functions (i.e. those with yield) and C# async functions. There are a lot of interesting aspects of coroutines, so let’s dive in explore!

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IL2CPP Output for C# 7.3: Everything Else

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Today we conclude the series by looking at all the remaining features in C# 7.3 that we get access to in Unity 2018.3. Read on to learn about new kinds of structs, in parameters, new where constraints, discards, default literals, generalized async returns, and new preprocessor symbols!

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How Async and Await Work

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Last week’s article tested the performance of the async and await keywords plus the C# Task system against Unity’s new C# jobs system. This week we’ll go in depth with async and await to learn how they work, how they relate to the Task system, and how we can customize them for our own uses.

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Async & Await vs. Unity Jobs

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Unity 2018.1 brought us two asynchronous code systems. First, there’s C# 5’s async and await keywords in conjunction with the Task and Task<T> types. Second, there’s Unity’s own C# jobs system. There are many differences, but which is faster? Today’s article puts them to the test to find out!

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