Message from JavaScript discussions

December 2018

— Concurrency -> multithreading -> multiprocessing


No, it refers to concurrent units, in your case, to functions that *prepared* to run simultaneously

— Or rather:
concurrency + multithreading = parallelism

— Ahh yes, this

— HertzScript prepares them in this case

— All of them

— To "potentially" run concurrently

— The programmer has to decide which functions actually do run concurrently

— Hah

— You contradict Tomas

— Correct, as I said without spawn there is no usage unless you call the dispatcher from external code

— But he doesn't have to manually setTimeout every expression to enable that