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> Does it occur frequently to schedule two events at exactly the same
> time? On Linux, clocks have a good precision, even time.monotonic().

It depends how you calculate your timestamps, I'd say :-) It's unlikely
for two calls to time.time() to give the exact same outcome. OTOH, if
you're using a fixed base time and add user-provided timedeltas to it,
collisions are quite possible.

(a special case is using a 0 delay, in order to schedule a call for
the next loop iteration)
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