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In my app, recently, I had to innovate some kind of daring concept.
Though, as it is perfectly syntactically correct, it did work fine.

This is not really a question here, more like a discussion here:
1. could I have made it more simple?
2. what do you think of it?

Enter async event!
Here is my code fragment that uses them
C#
public event Func<Task> AlarmReceived
{
    add { lock (this) eAlarmReceived += value; }
    remove { lock (this) eAlarmReceived -= value; }
}
Func<Task> eAlarmReceived;

internal async Task OnAlarm()
{
      if (eAlarmReceived == null)
          return;
      // REMARK: ToList() to capture the event list at the moment of the call
      var eTasks = eAlarmReceived.GetInvocationList().Cast<Func<Task>>().ToList();
      foreach (var t in eTasks)
          await t();
}
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