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the difference is that coroutines have multiple returns while await still has only a single return.
I do not believe that yield is a valid substitute for async/await.
When you use yield, the function in which yield is called may be suspended, but control flow is synchronously returned to the calling function.
var result = await SlowCalculation(a, b);
var result = yield return SlowCalculation(a, b);
yield return SlowCalculation(a, b, v => result = v);
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export function spawn<T>(generatorFunction: any):void;
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