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Prioritised Cooperative sheduling...

Posted by Simran Singh on December 31, 2007

Hi all,

A newbie over here...

I wanted to know the meaning of this sentence...

" Coroutines use Prioritised Cooperative sheduling with respect to other co-routines... "

Regards,

Simran..

RE: Prioritised Cooperative sheduling...

Posted by PICmeup on December 31, 2007
It means that coroutines use a cooperative scheduling policy and not a preemptive scheduling policy but they can be preempted by tasks. With respect to other coroutines just means that one coroutine can yield to another but not to a task.


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