I don't quite understand an answer from the other site:
But if the time expires until the process releases the spinlock, the process is moved to the waiting state, allowing ...
So is that the time expiration happen after the process releases something? Or is that the time expiration happen at the time the process releases something? (Or the others)
OK, I just watch a video on YouTube says
A until B means
A will stop when
B happen, which make me more confused. That the
if the time expires is not a period of time, it's an instant, right? how can this "instant event" keep happening until something happen? LoL
So how should I interpret the sentence?