Hi Simon, nice article you got here. Thank you for sharing.

I am still pretty new to Python’s asyncio and was wondering if you could shed some light.

For example, if I have the following functions setup (the real functions setup is not as simple as this):

async def printletters(letters):
for l in letters:
print(l)
def main():
asyncio.run(printletters(abcde))

Is it useful at all? Because I understand that from your article, the coroutines have to be awaited to really get the benefits of async.

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