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  1. Hello! I am working on a SystemC project which has 2 different modules interacting through ports and channels. Both modules are running SC_THREADS. Now, I am having problems using the wait(sc_time) statement. What I want to do is simply to let the time flow (simulated systemC time) while I am inside one thread, without removing the process from the runnable set and without allowing another thread to resume (which happens if I use wait(sc_time)). I want to stay inside the thread, and I want the thread to "take some time" to execute. i need to to this because I am simulating a ram memory, and I want the memory_thread to take some time to execute, in order to emulate memory access delay. How can I do it?