By Barendregt & Barendsen
This ebook presents a accomplished creation to Lambda Calculus.
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The processing that’s necessary to determine when events have occurred and that pushes them onto the event queue doesn’t participate in the thread that’s handling the events. EVENTS ARE ASYNCHRONOUS Events, when they happen, can occur at unpredictable times and in an unpredictable order (it’s tricky to force users to press keys or click in some particular order). We say that the handling of events, and therefore the invocation of their handling functions, is asynchronous. The following types of events can occur, among others: ■ ■ ■ ■ Browser events, such as when a page is finished loading or when it’s to be unloaded Network events, such as responses coming from the server (Ajax events, serverside events) User events, such as mouse clicks, mouse moves, and key presses Timer events, such as when a timeout expires or an interval fires The vast majority of code executes as a result of such events!
An introduction to lambda calculus by Barendregt & Barendsen