CPU - Idle Task - Background (Task|Loop)

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The idle task is the task with the absolute lowest priority in a multitasking system. This task is also sometimes called the background task or background loop. This logic traditionally has a while type of loop. In other words, an infinite loop spins the CPU waiting for an indication that critical work needs to be done.

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