Subject: SDL-News: Query on how SAVE works
Date: Wed Mar 21 2001 - 17:16:58 GMT
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-----From vbidarakoppa#opuswave.com to sdlnews -----
I am interested to find out more about how the SAVE works in SDL.
I am aware of the fact that whenever the signal B is encountered , it is put
back into the Signal Input queue and then it is retrived in the successive
But what happenes when:
One B Signal arrives which is Saved, then a consecutive B Signal arrives -
does the previous B Signal get overwritten or will there be two separate B
Signals stored in the Signal input queue? Incase there are two separate B
Signals stored how will the memory for the parameters of the signal get
Your help will be appreciated.
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