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Question asked by VRFuser on May 7, 1996
from: Greg Goebel / HP-MXD / 970-679-3030 / FAX 970-679-5971
to:   Pavel Krecmer / VRf
date: Wednesday, 08 May 1996 1356 MDT

> > Hmm ... Windows is not anything resembling a real-time operating system and
> > I would suspect you would have the same or similar problems if you operated
> > the two programs in parallel.
> Hi , I think this is of general interest (with regard to W95 users):
> do I understand  well, that it's not possible to set something like
> "first priority run"  for VEE on W95 OS ? What I mean by that: let
> suppose that time between two data execution is 15 sec. , if I'm working
> during this "waiting" time with another software , which take let say 0.1
> sec. time of CPU, does it mean , that real time between executions is in
> fact 15 + 0.1 = 15.1 sec. ?  In another words , does VEE allows to have
> "internal clock" and something like "first priority" to force executions
> be taken in the strict time intervals , regardless what is going on
> anywhere else ?
> This is not very clear to me.
> Thanks
> Pavel Krecmer


Sorry, but there is no prioritizing scheme like that in Win95, and VEE could
not impose one on it.  There is prioritizing in Win95 based on process
privileges, but that simply means that things like kernel calls, driver calls,
and interrupt handlers operate at a higher priority than applications.
Applications themselves have no control over priority.

If you have more questions, let us know.

[<>] regards -- gvg