FSH_YIELD - Yield processor to higher-priority thread
This function provides the mechanism for relinquishing the processor to
higher priority threads.
void far pascal FSH_YIELD(void)
There are no error returns.
FSDs run under the 2 mS dispatch latency imposed on the OS/2 kernel,
meaning that no more than 2 mS can be spent in an FSD without an explicit
block or yield . FSH_YIELD will test to see if another thread is runable
at the current thread 's priority or at a higher priority. If one exists,
that thread will be given a chance to run.
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