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C++ tutorial for C users This text shows and highlights features and basic principles of C++. It is aimed at experienced C users who wish to learn C++. You will be able to express your code using the richer C++ syntax and you will be able to read some C++ code.
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NextPreviousContents 18. Threads in C++ IBM pthread User Guide, Thread concepts, API reference http://www.as400.ibm.com/developer/threads/uguide/document.htm and mirror site is at IBM main site QpThread Library for C++ provides object oriented framework in C++ for threads and Unix signals on top of system level threads (currently POSIX Threads) http://lin.fsid.cvut.cz/~kra/index.html ThreadJack supports Java-like multi-thread programming model with platform independent C++ class library http://www.esm.co.jp/divisions/open-sys/ThreadJack/index-e.html and here is the download-site APE is the "APE Portable Environment" and class libraries for writing portable threaded servers in C++, under UNIX (pthread) and Win32 API's. APE provides portable class abstraction for threads, sockets, file handling, and synchronization objects. threads in C++
Windows API Tutorial: Using Threads Multitasking is one of the most difficult aspects of programming. It makes it even more important to provide a simple set of abstractions and to encapsulate it in a nice object-oriented shell. In the OO world, the natural counterpart of the thread (which is a strictly procedural abstraction) is the Active Object. An active object owns a captive thread that performs certain tasks asynchronously.
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