More magic tasks that break out of the thread configuration mold.
Magic tasks that break out of the thread configuration mold.
You’ll need your own signal.
When the delegate returns, not when it completes.
It’s old now, but at the time, it was new.
For all your retro-computing gawking.
Turning on the metaprogramming.
Putting it at the call site instead of in the function itself.
Usually, you don’t care when it finishes, as long as it does.
Keeping things tidy.