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Will Janoschka

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Re: To see me always changes
Posted: Feb 18, 2013 8:23 AM
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On Mon, 18 Feb 2013 08:23:59, Ruud Harmsen <rh@rudhar.com> wrote:

> Sun, 17 Feb 2013 10:16:12 -0500: Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz
> <spamtrap@library.lspace.org.invalid> schreef/wrote:
>

> >In <DmJ5SKFdRQph-pn2-Iu4uIsOT7cBR@209-142-179-216.dyn.centurytel.net>,
> >on 02/14/2013
> > at 01:46 PM, wiljan@nospam.pobox.com (Will Janoschka) said:
> >

> >>Then your thread safe code cannot call itself from within itself
> >
> >What gives you that idea? A procedure that is recursive and reentrant
> >will generaly have local data on the stack, but that has nothing to do
> >with making copies of other data.

>
> The call arguments are pushed onto the stack before the actual call,
> and that is a copy action.


And the return info places are also reserved on the stack The caller
is allowed to transfer the results globally not the procedure, else
the
called procedure is not reentrant, This is the definition.

Each instantiation must be distinct and independent.
Most of this is not in the realm of Computer Science. It is in the
realm of scraping bits from the floor and doing that correctly..

The difference between Recursion and Reentrant is both
minor and major but always difficult. Recursion is a repetitive
process, Reentrant is used where all is chaotic. In an air to
air missile that must self destruct 12 seconds after launch
chaotic is all there is. No time for properly structured software.
>
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