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Wait for events that identify the <function>async_work_group_copy</function> operations to complete.
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Wait for events that identify the <citerefentry><refentrytitle>async_work_group_copy</refentrytitle></citerefentry> operations to
complete. The event objects specified in <varname>event_list</varname> will be released after the wait is performed.
This function must be encountered by all work-items in a work-group executing the kernel with the same <varname>num_events</varname> and event objects specified in <varname>event_list</varname>; otherwise the results are undefined.
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The OpenCL C programming language implements Async Copy and Prefetch functions that provide asynchronous copies between global and local memory and a prefetch from global memory. The generic type name <type>gentype</type> indicates the built-in data types <type>char</type>, <type>char{2|4|8|16}</type>, <type>uchar</type>, <type>uchar{2|4|8|16}</type>, <type>short</type>, <type>short{2|4|8|16}</type>, <type>ushort</type>, <type>ushort{2|4|8|16}</type>, <type>int</type>, <type>int{2|4|8|16}</type>, <type>uint</type>, <type>uint{2|4|8|16}</type>, <type>long</type>, <type>long{2|4|8|16}</type>, <type>ulong</type>, <type>ulong{2|4|8|16}</type> or <type>float</type>, <type>float{2|4|8|16}</type> as the type for the arguments unless otherwise stated.
If extended with <citerefentry><refentrytitle>cl_khr_fp64</refentrytitle></citerefentry>, generic type name <type>gentype</type> may indicate <type>double</type> and <type>double{2|4|8|16}</type> as arguments and return values. If extended with <citerefentry><refentrytitle>cl_khr_fp16</refentrytitle></citerefentry>, generic type name <type>gentype</type> may indicate <type>half</type> and <type>half{2|4|8|16}</type> as arguments and return values.
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