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Posted 1 Jul 2008

A Fiber Class (and Friends)

, 1 Jul 2008
Fibers are a lightweigtht cooperative threading mechanism, or a coroutine mechanism, depending on how you look at them. Besides providing a very efficient thread-like implementation, fibers allow you to provide "continuations", that is, computations which perform some function, suspend themselves, a

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