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In wiced_rtos_create_thread we can specify the Priority of the thread being created , I've created a thread with WICED_APPLICATION_PRIORITY which has priority 7, and I also have a timed event function wiced_rtos_register_timed_event which is executed at a interval of 1 seconds.
So Does the timed event has high priority over the Thread created with priority of 7?
So If I'm doing something important in thread2 which is having a priority of 7 and on a particular timeout I want to read data via I2C which is of less priority , how can I achieve that? (Note: I already have a thread1 with priority 5)