Subject: Re: SDL-News: Priority Input in SDL...
From: Rick Reed TSE (rickreed#tseng.co.uk)
Date: Mon Mar 04 2002 - 18:10:19 GMT
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mokhtar Nibouche at mok_3001#yahoo.com wrote on 04/03/2002 13:31:
> Dear Laurent,
> Thanks for your reply. I can understand from your answer that normal signals
> WILL NOT be implicitly consumed if they happen to be at an earlier position
> than a priority signal, true? (sorry to insist, but Mr. Zhang Yongqian's
> answer has confused me!!??)
I can confirm that if both signals were in the queue when the state is
entered the normal signal is not implicitly consumed before entering the
transition for the priority signal.
When happens when the next state is entered will depend on the input queue
at that point in time.
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