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peer_multitask_confirm

Confirm a peer multitasking phase.

Description

This predicate is intended for use only in implementing peer multitasking for an external language interface.

A multitasking phase is confirmed by this predicate. That is, when a multitasking phase is initiated by a call to peer_do_multitask/1, this predicate should be executed for the multitasking phase to continue. If this predicate is not executed, the multitasking phase will be terminated. It is intended that this predicate is executed via an ERPC by a peer when the multitasking phase is initiated, if that peer is interested in the phase. A multitasking phase will be ended when peer_multitask_terminate/0 is called.

Modes and Determinism

See Also

peer_do_multitask / 1, peer_multitask_terminate / 0