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If your state machine event handlers are non-blocking, then the thread pool is the same size as the number of available hyperthreads. That's not hard either. And, as observed elsewhere, it becomes impossible to screw up. That's a powerful property, and makes it possible for non-embedded 'normal' folks to write correct code in this space.



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