I’d like to pose a general question: Is a grouped set of actions always executed in strict sequence? In other words, are there situations where a subsequent action begins to execute before the all of the effects of the previous action have been completely calculated, thereby causing the results of that subsequent action to be incorrect? Or, would such a situation always be considered to be a bug?
I think I’ve hit upon such a situation. As it is the holiday season, I expect to wait a few days to get a formal response to an inquiry to email@example.com (which I haven’t written up just yet) but I’m curious to know if anyone knows of any exceptions to the “law of sequentiality” (my term). Thanks!