subroutine cxFireASAPcxFireASAP causes the module user function to be fired the next time the main event processing loop is entered. This routine is particularly useful for callbacks (e.g. from cxTimerAdd) and from hook functions, which otherwise have no correct way to cause the module to fire.
Module programmers should be aware that if the user function is fired as a result of some callback using this routine, that none of the input ports will necessarily be flagged as containing new data.cxTimerAdd(3E)
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