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Async and Await
Async and Await
We can use the async keyword before a function name to wrap the return value of this function in a Promise. We can use the await keyword (in an async function) to wait for a promise to be resolved or rejected before continuing code execution in this block.
This syntax also propagates exceptions that occur in promises using a try/catch block, just as if the code were running synchronously.