Task: handling exceptions (without using Wait)

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Example

var task1 = Task.Run(() =>
{
    Console.WriteLine("Task 1 code starting...");
    throw new Exception("Oh no, exception from task 1!!");
});

var task2 = Task.Run(() =>
{
    Console.WriteLine("Task 2 code starting...");
    throw new Exception("Oh no, exception from task 2!!");
});

var tasks = new[] {task1, task2};

Console.WriteLine("Starting tasks...");
while(tasks.All(task => !task.IsCompleted));

foreach(var task in tasks)
{
    if(task.IsFaulted)
        Console.WriteLine("Task failed: " +
            task.Exception.InnerExceptions.First().Message);
}

Console.WriteLine("Task 1 status is: " + task1.Status); //Faulted
Console.WriteLine("Task 2 status is: " + task2.Status); //Faulted

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