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Parallel.ForEach Async in C#

September 13th, 2019 Leave a comment Go to comments

As mentioned in my previous post, to get a ‘proper’ parallel foreach that is async is a bit of a pain

So the solution is to write a true async function

And you can call it …

Of course, you can refine it by adding check for tokens that cannot be cancelled as well as empty sources

First prize you must make sure that the body of the ForEach takes in the token and cancels cleanly otherwise this will jump out with thread left up in the air… but at least it will get out.

Edit: As someone pointed out to me on StackOverflow there are a couple of subtle ways I can improve my implementation … so I added them here

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