Day160 — Return a value from a kotlin coroutine scope

Return value within a coroutine scope

Return value outside a coroutine scope

Use invokeOnCompletion when it is really necessary because it has no difference from “Return value within a coroutine scope” with a CoroutineExceptionHandler to me. And it disrupts the coroutine pattern by introducing a callback.

They do the same thing. I prefer the first one, handling everything within a coroutine scope.

These two are the same.



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