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Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz

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Re: To see me always changes
Posted: Feb 19, 2013 8:06 AM
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In <DmJ5SKFdRQph-pn2-2BmkzdgeZG7d@209-142-179-186.dyn.centurytel.net>,
on 02/18/2013
at 07:23 AM, wiljan@nospam.pobox.com (Will Janoschka) said:

>And the return info places are also reserved on the stack

That is not true in general.

>The caller is allowed to transfer the results globally not the
>procedure,


What are you trying to say?

>else the called procedure is not reentrant, This is the
>definition.


No, the definition is that it works even when there are two concurrent
instances.

>Recursion is a repetitive process,

ITYM nested.

>Reentrant is used where all is chaotic.

Parallelism does not imply chaos.

>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.


Au contraire, there is no time for buggy software. The programmers
must design routines that do what is needed when it is needed, and
ensure that race conditions do not cause either delayed detonation or
premature detonation.

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