Thank you, this was clear enough to grasp it a bit better. I thought coroutines were a specific pattern for async operations though, but from above comments, it seems like they're roughly the same thing.
No - your were right at first. Coroutines are one way to do async - there are other ways. There are also other uses for coroutines. I've written a detailed reply to the main post.
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