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7Returns a reference to invoking thread.
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21\index{GET-MUTEX}
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25Acquires a lock on the mutex'.
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34Interrupts THREAD and forces it to apply FUNCTION to ARGS.
35When the function returns, the thread's original computation continues. If  multiple interrupts are queued for a thread, they are all run, but the order is not guaranteed.
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40\index{MAILBOX-EMPTY-P}
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44Returns non-NIL if the mailbox can be read from, NIL otherwise.
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49\index{MAILBOX-PEEK}
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53Returns two values. The second returns non-NIL when the mailbox
54is empty. The first is the next item to be read from the mailbox.
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56Note that due to multi-threading, the first value returned upon
57peek, may be different from the one returned upon next read in the
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67Blocks on the mailbox until an item is available for reading.
68When an item is available, it is returned.
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73\index{MAILBOX-SEND}
74--- Function: \textbf{mailbox-send} [\textbf{threads}] \textit{mailbox item}
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77Sends an item into the mailbox, notifying 1 waiter
78to wake up for retrieval of that object.
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83\index{MAKE-MAILBOX}
84--- Function: \textbf{make-mailbox} [\textbf{threads}] \textit{\&key ((queue g282154) NIL)}
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87not-documented
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92\index{MAKE-MUTEX}
93--- Function: \textbf{make-mutex} [\textbf{threads}] \textit{\&key ((in-use g282414) NIL)}
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96not-documented
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114Returns an object to be used with the with-thread-lock' macro.
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128\index{OBJECT-NOTIFY}
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132Wakes up a single thread that is waiting on OBJECT's monitor.
133If any threads are waiting on this object, one of them is chosen to be awakened. The choice is arbitrary and occurs at the discretion of the implementation. A thread waits on an object's monitor by calling one of the wait methods.
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138\index{OBJECT-NOTIFY-ALL}
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142Wakes up all threads that are waiting on this OBJECT's monitor.
143A thread waits on an object's monitor by calling one of the wait methods.
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148\index{OBJECT-WAIT}
149--- Function: \textbf{object-wait} [\textbf{threads}] \textit{object \&optional timeout}
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152Causes the current thread to block until object-notify or object-notify-all is called on OBJECT.
153Optionally unblock execution after TIMEOUT seconds.  A TIMEOUT of zero
154means to wait indefinitely.
155A non-zero TIMEOUT of less than a nanosecond is interpolated as a nanosecond wait.
156See the documentation of java.lang.Object.wait() for further
157information.
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163\index{RELEASE-MUTEX}
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167Releases a lock on the `mutex'.
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172\index{SYNCHRONIZED-ON}
173--- Special Operator: \textbf{synchronized-on} [\textbf{threads}] \textit{}
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194Boolean predicate whether THREAD is alive.
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226\index{WITH-MUTEX}
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239not-documented