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Class invariant

- priority /= Minimum_integer

Overview

Called by the server when the connection is initiated.

Use __events__ to describe condition that make this job ready to continue.

Check if this job is ready to continue his work.

never change a job's priority after inserting it in loop_item.

Largest supported code for `CHARACTER` values.

Largest supported value of type `INTEGER_8`.

Largest supported value of type `INTEGER_16`.

Largest supported value of type INTEGER/`INTEGER_32`.

Largest supported value of type INTEGER/`INTEGER_32`.

Largest supported value of type `INTEGER_64`.

Largest non-special (no NaNs nor infinity) supported value of type `REAL_32`.

Largest non-special (no NaNs nor infinity) supported value of type REAL.

Largest non-special (no NaNs nor infinity) supported value of type REAL.

Largest supported value of type `REAL_80`.

Smallest supported code for `CHARACTER` values.

Smallest supported value of type `INTEGER_8`.

Smallest supported value of type `INTEGER_16`.

Smallest supported value of type INTEGER/`INTEGER_32`.

Smallest supported value of type INTEGER/`INTEGER_32`.

Smallest supported value of type `INTEGER_64`.

Smallest non-special (no NaNs nor infinity) supported value of type `REAL_32`.

Smallest non-special (no NaNs nor infinity) supported value of type REAL.

Smallest non-special (no NaNs nor infinity) supported value of type REAL.

Number of bits in a value of type `BOOLEAN`.

Number of bits in a value of type `CHARACTER`.

Number of bits in a value of type INTEGER.

Number of bits in a value of type REAL.

Number of bits in a value of type `POINTER`.

MULTIPLEX_SERVER."echo"thing), except when one of the three commands below is issued. A command is a single word written alone on its line. The three commands are: