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How does the sequential multiple Interrupt work?

Asked by Isrr, Last updated: Nov 30, 2022

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dkshongwe

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Answered Mar 03, 2019

Will continue without loss of data !!!

Please !! Without. LOL

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b.Mary

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Answered Nov 09, 2017

The Sequential Multiple Interrupts works by handing the interrupts in a strict sequential order. The interrupts are commonly dealt with in the order from which the first occurred down to the last, unless there is one interrupt that takes priority. AN interrupt is a signal from a device which causes a main program which is operating a computer to stop and figure out what it must do next.

When an interrupt occurs, the task that is currently under us is suspended and will transfer over to another handler while the interrupt is dealt with. Once the handler is complete, the task that was interrupted will continue with loss of data.

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Answered Aug 29, 2017

Interrupts are handled in strict sequential order
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