why I was seeing exceptions thrown across threads -- a detailed explanation
Sun Jan 20 20:00:00 GMT 2002
Adam Megacz wrote:
>Tom Tromey <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>Adam> Interesting. If it was cooperatively multitasked, did you have
>>Adam> to hack GCC to insert a yield() after every instruction?
>>No. Java doesn't require preemptive multithreading (and even if it
>>did, at the time we didn't care). We task switched on mutex and
>>condition variable operations, and maybe a couple other places.
>Woah, so what happens if I spawn two threads and put one of them into
>an infinite loop? Would the other one get starved?
In theory, Yes.
The programmer has to insert yield() calls from time to time in such
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