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Abstract base class for all interrupt events.

Size: 0x4 bytes

Offset Type Description
0x0 void ** Pointer to vtable

This abstract base class defines virtual KSchedulableInterruptEvent* handleInterruptAndGetKSchedulableInterruptEvent(u32 interruptID) = 0. It's actually the function called by the IRQ handler, which returns a KSchedulableInterruptEvent to call the second virtual method of (which signals the object) after a reschedule.

If either NULL or 1 is returned, nothing will be signaled. If NULL is returned, no post-interrupt rescheduling will be done.

The kernel uses the KEventInterruptEvent field of a KEvent when binding public interrupts per svcBindInterrupt request.