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  1. So, I'm developing a program which uses event.listen(), and debugging them is a pain because of lines like these: bad argument #1 (string expected, got nil) How am I supposed to know where the error is when there is no location information? So is there a way to get the full error details somehow?
  2. my life started when i learned to use thread's and my life was completed when i learned the thread handles "detach" function but there is just one thing: does threads interrupt or not, and i there do then i will like to learn how to provent that help will be great --please EDIT: interupt: when a program or a thread is geting a error runed by the keys: CTRL, ALT, C ( sry that i did't explain this better )
  3. i don't know if this is even possible but what i am trying to do is this NOTE: that is know that useing a thread in this scene is 100% Unnecessary but remeber this is a simple test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- thread = require "thread" e = require "event" running = true t = thread.create(function() e.pull("touch") -- i know that i can put a os.exit() here but the thing is to try to get this to work running = false --<< that end) while running do
  4. where is the thread api. as i understand it, then the thread api is a build in api in openos aka in /lib (/lib/thread.lua) require("thread") >> file not found (module "thread" not found in: (and so on) ) please tell me if i miss understood this and then were i can get it NOTE: i know that you can get this file on the internet but it does not work that well (at all)
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