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    Taylor Southwick commented  · 

    Using a timespan assumes you know how long you want to wait. However, using a cancellation token allows you to at some later point decide you don't want the async operation to continue. With using a time out, I end up having to wait longer than I should (or retrying multiple times) while if you accept a cancellation token, you can always pass a token in that cancels after a certain amount of time; that is, you can have the same functionality as is currently had while using a cancellation token, but you cannot mimic the cancellation token functionality with a time out.

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