Do all the setTimeOut() calls initiate almost parallel threads ? or one after another ?
Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader uses only one thread.
Sorry, not very clear.
What is the sequence of time delay and execution ?
I want a time delay between the functions. They can be something as simple as moving from one named destination to another in a file.
Would you have an example I can execute in the debugger ? And if you show me how to place break points etc.
I dont seem to figure out how to place breakpoints. I am using writer.
1. Dec 9, 2010 8:56 AM in response to: RainbowChunChunChang
Re: Requesting tutorial examples of setTimeOut()
RainbowChunChunChang > Do all the setTimeOut() calls initiate almost parallel threads ? or one after another ?
Bernd Alheit > Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader uses only one thread.
Even if his comment is not lying, it is certainly misleading you.
In the code fragment below
setTimeOut( "f();" , 5000 ) ;
the setTimeOut is executed and right away the execution passes to g(), while the setTimeOut waits 5s before executing f() , the execution of g() has already started and even completed.
You should try some color change example because that is more amenable to a debugger than jumping or alert box.
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