NEED HELP ON THREADS IN VC++

does anyone have any examples of code or know how threads can be used

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#1 josh80  Icon User is offline

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NEED HELP ON THREADS IN VC++

Posted 22 March 2007 - 01:54 PM

hello fellow coders and forum members,
i am trying to get some help on how threads are used in vc++ and would be grateful to anyone who has any information, articles , links etc on threads in vc++
also if anyone has any examples of code in vc++ using threads to implement the mutual exclusion problem in operating systems would be helpful.
the mutual exclsuion probem is when there are more than one process trying to enter the critical section of the cpu , but only the process with the highest priority can enter at a time and when that process exits the priority is passed to the next process..
any help will be appreciated,
cheers.

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Posted 23 March 2007 - 11:35 AM

I wanted to make sure that something gets said here but I have done all of my multi-threaded apps in java and have never even thought about how to do it in windows. So I went to the web and here is what I found

Using Worker Threads
Introduction to Multi-threaded Code

little side trip over to MSDN

Creating Threads
Using Mutex Objects

Then back to the web to find this:

Threads in General which actually is a very good little into to threads with examples.
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Re: NEED HELP ON THREADS IN VC++

Posted 24 March 2007 - 10:58 AM

thanks nickdmax
really appreciate your help
cheers
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