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Although G was designed to easily develop interactive, parallel programs, it is sometimes necessary to execute diagrams in sequential order. The sequence structure allows G diagrams to execute sequentially.
The following examples time in milliseconds (ms) the execution of a G diagram. The sequence of events is get a start time stamp, execute the diagram, get stop time stamp and take the difference between the stop and start times to determine the execution time.
Figure 5.44 Sequence Structure
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