Creating a detached child Task in .NET C#

A child Task, a.k.a a nested Task, is a Task that’s started within the body of another Task. The containing Task is called the parent.

A detached child Task is one which doesn’t have any relationship with the parent. The detached child Task will be scheduled normally and will have no effect on the parent.

There’s nothing special about creating a detached child Task:

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