When is a function re-entrant ?
“Robert Love” himself answers the question on Quora :)
To quote him:
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When is a function reentrant?
A function is reentrant if it can be invoked while already in the process of executing.
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Fighting crime isn’t superhero Charles Baxter’s main problem-it’s fighting time! Trapped for decades in a superpowered body that never ages but is now driving him insane, Chuck’s only hope for a “permanent cure” is to team up with his archnemesis Archibald Crane. 658 more words
Never Ending has a lot of ideas. Writers Adam P. Knave and D.J. Kirkbride just keep throwing them out there–what if a superhero didn’t have a secret identity or even a superhero name, what if he and his arch-nemesis fought each other for seventy years, what if–in 1950–the white superhero has a black girlfriend… and there’s probably even more. 116 more words