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Comparing Queue Routines in C and Solidity

Queues are used between co-operating processes operating on different timelines.

In C, sensor samples may be queued awaiting subsequent processing. In Solidity, messages may be queued by a proxy user account, awaiting subsequent processing.

How do queue routines in C and Solidity compare? (Photo by Viktor Talashuk on Unsplash)

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