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Old 29 June 2016, 16:59   #16
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Yep, that's fine, but what's to stop another task accessing that memory once it's marked as shared, possibly resulting in corruption? That's not total memory protection when one task can corrupt another's data, even if most memory isn't shared. It just reduces the risk of issues.
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