Regular API function

simSetThreadSwitchTiming

Description Allows specifying a switching time for the thread in which the current script runs. If the current script doesn't run in a thread (i.e. if it runs in the application main thread), this function has no effect. By default, V-REP doesn't use "regular" threads, but something similar to hybrid threads (which behave like coroutines, but can also behave like regular threads). This allows much more flexibility and execution control of the threads: each thread (except for the main or application thread) has a switch timing associated, which specifies how long the thread will run before switching to other threads (the execution duration per calculation pass). By default this value is 2 millisecond, but this function allows changing that value (on a thread-basis). Acceptable values are between 0 and 200. For complete control over the switching moment, see also simSetThreadAutomaticSwitch, simSwitchThread, simSetThreadIsFree and simSetThreadResumeLocation.
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Lua synopsis number result=simSetThreadSwitchTiming(number deltaTimeInMilliseconds)
Lua parameters
deltaTimeInMilliseconds: desired non-stop execution time before a switching occurs. A value of x will let the thread execute for x-1 to x milliseconds before switching to another thread.
Lua return values
result: 1 if the timing was set, 0 if it was not set (e.g. because the function was called from the main or application thread), or -1 in case of an error.

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