eggie5 wrote:
> How can I modify the below function to properly return isSuccess?
> Right now it just returns null, which is expected. I want the call to
> still be asynchronous, but I don't want the function to return until
> isSuccess is set.

Then you don't really want it to be asynchronous do you. That's what async
means. It means the function will return regardless of when the operation 

Why do you think you want it to be asynchronous but still want a return value?

Michael Peters
Plus Three, LP

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