Asked • 08/09/19

What does "You might be better off thinking of something" mean?

I found this sentence in my programming book:> You might be better off thinking of the block and the method as> coroutines, which transfer control back and forth between themselves.What does *be better off* mean?

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Anne Z. answered • 08/09/19

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