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While I was reading code produced by coworker of mine, I got confused.
What does
public void DoSomething(double someParameter)
{
    _SomeComponent.Set(someParameter);
    Task.Run(() => Check(someParameter)).Wait();
}
actually do, i.e. how does it differ from
public void DoSomething(double someParameter)
{
    _SomeComponent.Set(someParameter);
    Check(someParameter);
}
The Check function is synchronous. So, the two versions could be equivalent?

That Task.Run starts the Check function in a new Task. But because of the Wait, DoSomething won't be left immediately after starting that Task, but only when that Task ran to completion (or failure).

But I am too confused by that snippet now to be sure of my assumptions.
Oh sanctissimi Wilhelmus, Theodorus, et Fredericus!

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