According to the documentation, the following are true:
Exitcommand "terminates a Wolfram Language kernel session."
LocalSubmit[expr]command "submits a task to evaluate expr in a separate kernel."
Then, in theory, I should be able to do the following:
LocalSubmit[ (Pause; "Hello, World!"), HandlerFunctions -> <|"TaskFinished" -> MessageDialog|> ]
and then, within 10 seconds, call
without interrupting the first computation. But all my experiments show that calling
Exit results in the aborting of the first computation (even though it is expected to be running on a different kernel).
Is there a way to call the
Exit command without affecting the
LocalSubmit call? In short, is there a way to start a fire-and-forget call, and then continue working normally in a notebook without affecting the asynchronous call?