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The first one is very clean. It has many built-in methods that can be used to set up a promise. For example, you can wrap a function with a promise and return the wrapped function. Then you can use the all function to check if a promise is fulfilled, and will be fulfilled, or if the promise is rejected, and will be rejected.
You can create multiple promises for a single task. First, you can have a promise call a function and then check if the promise is fulfilled. Then you can use the promise to check if the promise is fulfilled, and you can do something like this to check the promise.
Promise.all is just a fancy way of saying that all promises will be fulfilled. Once a promise is fulfilled, it will be fulfilled forever. The new function is only useful when you have a lot of promises. Once it is out of scope, you can’t use the all function to check if a promise is fulfilled, or if the promise is rejected, and you can’t use the all function like that.
The all function is just a fancy way of saying that all promises will be fulfilled. It is useful when you have a lot of promises. Once it is out of scope, you cant use the all function to check if a promise is fulfilled, and you cant use the all function like that.