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Synchronous callbacks

Could you please elaborate the example of synchronous callbacks?

Hello,

I will do my best to answer from my understanding of this topic. There isn't such a thing as a Synchronous callback because a callback is an action performed at some point future. Callbacks are Asynchronous.

A callback is listed as a functions parameter and it doesn't get executed until the future when it gets called in the body of the function. It can be one, two, or a hundred lines of code, but it's at some point in the future making it Asynchronous.

I hope this helps.