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#1 Posted : Sunday, October 9, 2011 11:05:40 PM(UTC)

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Or, How can I guarantee that 2 tasks never execute at the same time? The same answer for both questions. Two tasks never will execute at the same time. This was true in version 2-3 but after version 4, all tasks are executed sequentially. There is a backup queue, when the current tasks ends, the next task in queue starts.

So guarantee that a task starts after the first one ends, schedule both with a minute difference. Then the second one will be added to the queue and it will be started when the current one ends.

PS - Yes, i know about multi-core processors, parallel programming, etc. There is a queue. Using parallel tasks caused more bad than good. End of the story. Do you want parallel processing? Download the code for version 8 and modify it.
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