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re: Understanding the Node.js event loop phases and how it executes the JavaScript code. VIEW POST

re: Hi, The blog is very helpful but the outputs of 2 small code snippets in your blog is where i am getting confused. Could you please tell me where...

I think because process.nextTick is in fs.readFile block, so when event loop comes to poll phase, it has to wait for i/o task is completed before executing anything else so every callbacks in this block are put to corresponding phase queue, now, there is nothing to do more in this phase, the event loop will move to check phase and print 5 to console, next iteration when event loop comes to i/o phase, it check that i/o task is done so it prints 'process.nextTick' -> check phase( print '4') -> closing phase -> timer phase (print '3')


Okay ! Did not read the code carefully that's y d confusion . Thanks a lot :)

Hey! Pardon for the late reply. As trunghahaha said, process.nextTick is wrapped inside the fs.readFile, hence, the event loop gets to know about it only when the callback of fs.readFile is executed, right? Hence, such behaviour.

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