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Fork-join is not what you think it is then. It's just a behavior, uncommon outside of the shared memory programming. And there is no order of results. There can be, if it is implemented on top of message passing. But then writing code that relies on order instead of specific names actually becomes error prone.

And lack of order of messages is still not a race condition.

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