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Date: 2000-03-08 (17:18)
From: John Max Skaller <skaller@m...>
Subject: Re: Interpreter vs hardware threads
Xavier Leroy wrote:

> I'm not sure that OCaml is the best input language for generating
> FSMs, but, yes, generating FSMs from a high-level concurrent language
> is an excellent approach.  You get both ultimate execution speed and a
> readable, maintainable description of the program.  Have a look for
> instance at Esterel (another glorious INRIA product :-))

	OK. Thanks for the explanation. 'Threads' are typically
delayed waiting for 'any' event, and occasionally, a specific
event (response to a request).

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