Synchronous code

Synchronous programming is a type of computer programming where the caller blocks until the callee completes its operation.

Synchronous code can be written in many different computer languages and compiled either using an interpreter or a compiler for machine code.

Synchronous coding is a way of controlling program flow by inserting statements that wait for certain events to occur before proceeding with the execution of instructions. 

They are typically executed sequentially, but may require short delays for events such as input from a user or data retrieval from an external device, which can cause program flow to be less predictable than asynchronous coding.

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