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call_once(3), cnd_broadcast(3), cnd_destroy(3), cnd_init(3), cnd_signal(3), cnd_timedwait(3), cnd_wait(3), mtx_destroy(3), mtx_init(3), mtx_lock(3), mtx_timedlock(3), mtx_trylock(3), mtx_unlock(3), thrd_create(3), thrd_current(3), thrd_detach(3), thrd_equal(3), thrd_exit(3), thrd_join(3), thrd_sleep(3), thrd_yield(3), tss_create(3), tss_delete(3), tss_get(3), tss_set(3)
C11 threads interface
pthread_yield(3)
yield control of the current thread
sched_yield(2)
yield processor
call_once(3), cnd_broadcast(3), cnd_destroy(3), cnd_init(3), cnd_signal(3), cnd_timedwait(3), cnd_wait(3), mtx_destroy(3), mtx_init(3), mtx_lock(3), mtx_timedlock(3), mtx_trylock(3), mtx_unlock(3), thrd_create(3), thrd_current(3), thrd_detach(3), thrd_equal(3), thrd_exit(3), thrd_join(3), thrd_sleep(3), thrd_yield(3), tss_create(3), tss_delete(3), tss_get(3), tss_set(3)
C11 threads interface
d_yield_proc(3)
Invisible dialog procedure that yields CPU time slices. Allegro game programming library
pthread_yield(3)
yield control of the current thread
rest(3)
Waits a specified number of milliseconds or yields CPU. Allegro game programming library
sched_yield(2)
yield processor
Future::Phrasebook(3), "Future::Phrasebook"(3)
coding examples for "Future" and "Future::Utils" This documentation-only module provides a phrasebook-like approach to giving examples on how to use Future and Future::Utils to structure Future-driven asynchronous or concurrent logic. As with any inter-dialect phrasebook it is structured into pairs of examples; each given first in a traditional call/return Perl style, and second in a style using Futures. In each case, the generic function or functions in the example are named in "ALL_CAPITALS()" to make them stand out. In the examples showing use of Futures, any function that is expected to return a "Future" instance is named with a leading "F_" prefix. Each example is also constructed so as to yield an overall future in a variable called "$f", which represents the entire operation
thread(3), alt(3), chancreate(3), chanfree(3), chanprint(3), chansetname(3), mainstacksize(3), proccreate(3), procdata(3), recv(3), recvp(3), recvul(3), send(3), sendp(3), sendul(3), nbrecv(3), nbrecvp(3), nbrecvul(3), nbsend(3), nbsendp(3), nbsendul(3), threadcreate(3), threaddata(3), threadexec(3), threadexecl(3), threadexits(3), threadexitsall(3), threadgetgrp(3), threadgetname(3), threadint(3), threadintgrp(3), threadkill(3), threadkillgrp(3), threadmain(3), threadnotify(3), threadid(3), threadpid(3), threadpin(3), threadunpin(3), threadsetgrp(3), threadsetname(3), threadsetstate(3), threadspawn(3), threadspawnd(3), threadspawnl(3), threadwaitchan(3), yield(3)
thread and proc management
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