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You can use a transaction queue to communicate with a subprocess
using transactions. First use
tq-create to create a transaction
queue communicating with a specified process. Then you can call
tq-enqueue to send a transaction.
The argument question is the outgoing message that starts the transaction. The argument fn is the function to call when the corresponding answer comes back; it is called with two arguments: closure, and the answer received.
The argument regexp is a regular expression that should match
text at the end of the entire answer, but nothing before; that's how
tq-enqueue determines where the answer ends.
The return value of
tq-enqueue itself is not meaningful.
Transaction queues are implemented by means of a filter function. See section 37.9.2 Process Filter Functions.
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