The integer keys in the registry are used by the reference mechanism, implemented by the auxiliary library, and therefore should not be used for other purposes.
All API functions and related types and constants are declared in the header file lua. The third field, x, tells whether the function may throw errors: In particular, you are responsible for controlling stack overflow. The function getbinhandler below defines how Lua chooses a handler for a binary operation.
When nsize is zero, the allocator must return NULL; if osize is not zero, it should free the block pointed to by ptr. The function getcomphandler defines how Lua chooses a metamethod for comparison operators.
The semantics of these operations is better explained by a Lua function describing how the interpreter executes the operation. When Lua pre-compiles a chunk, all its function bodies are pre-compiled too.
If its type does not define a handler for the operation, then Lua tries the second operand. A metatable also can define a function to be called when a userdata is garbage collected.
When you first call coroutine. It is only a convenience feature for programmers to associate a table to a userdata. A weak table can have weak keys, weak values, or both. You can query the metatable of any value through the getmetatable function.
Lua code can explicitly generate an error by calling the error function. All memory used by Lua is subject to automatic management: When Lua performs one of these operations over a value, it checks whether this value has a metatable with the corresponding event.
Values smaller than make the collector too slow and can result in the collector never finishing a cycle.
When nsize is not zero and osize is zero, the allocator should behave like malloc. The documentation for each function indicates whether it can throw errors.
A value of means that the collector waits for the total memory in use to double before starting a new cycle. A weak reference is ignored by the garbage collector.
Each of these closures uses a different y variable, while all of them share the same x. Environments associated with threads are called global environments.
A coroutine in Lua represents an independent thread of execution.
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