I deleted it.
It was because of this statement:
Based on Reed Copsey, Servy and Stephen Cleary's answer and comments
I've progressed to this solution:
The second Select will wait on the tasks to finish. I've added a
ToList() in between to prevent streaming, but it seems to work without
To me, this looks like you are asking a follow up question; granted, there's no question mark, but there's a statement about ambiguity in what you have done (which is not what you did in the question), so it seems a lot like a new question.
Even if it's not a follow up question, it definitely doesn't come off as an answer to the question itself. So at best, it's looks like a follow up statement. At worst, it looks like a new question. Neither of these things are an answer, hence the deletion.
If you want clarification on an answer that was given to you, the appropriate thing is to comment on the answer.
If you want to expand on the question that you asked, then you should edit the question. Either way, an answer that does either of these things is the wrong thing to do. There was nothing personal (like/dislike, etc) that factored into this.
I would ask that you edit the relevant follow up from your answer and either:
- Edit your existing question
- Post a new question (if the problem you have now is unrelated to the original problem)