Scheduling priority of the task
uint priority = 65536u;
The priority of a task is roughly proportional to the amount of times it gets scheduled in comparison to competing tasks. For example, a task with priority 100 will be scheduled every 10 rounds when competing against a task with priority 1000.
The default priority is defined by
basePriority and has a value
of 65536. Priorities should be computed relative to
A task with a priority of zero will only be executed if no other non-zero task is competing.