This interface exposes the general notion of a scheduled object with an integral priority value. Following UNIX conventions, smaller (and possibly negative) values have higher priority.
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This interface does not strictly define what happens when the
priority of an object is changed. An implementation of this interface is free to define the side-effects of changing the
priority of an object. In some cases, changing the
priority of an object may be disallowed (resulting in an exception being thrown) or may simply be ignored.
|The object's priority. It can be modified to change the priority of the object. Typical priority values are defined in the |
idl file as
PRIORITY_LOWEST. The implementation is free to truncate a given priority value to whatever limits are appropriate. Typically this attribute is initialized to
PRIORITY_NORMAL, but implementations may choose to assign a different initial value.
|The highest priority. |
|Higher than normal priority. |
|The default priority. |
|Lower than normal priority. |
|The lowest priority. |
This method adjusts the
priority attribute by a given amount (delta).
in long delta
- The amount by which to adjust the