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On 03/02/2008, Fabio Mascarenhas <> wrote:
> Each coroutine has its own state, as each execution stack is tied to a
> state. The difference is that coroutines' states share some structures with
> their parent states. Debug hooks also aren't shared, for example.

I see, I didn't know that (obviously they each have their own
execution stack, but I didn't know that much else from the parent
state would be duplicated).