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is there a lib(or something) for thread programming in console windows applications? Can i explicit organize threads in windows programming? if (ansi c++ && windows.h) whooraay!! else ok, lets do those cheats.

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Boost''s threading library is pure C++.
It can deal with member functions and stuff.

Right now, it provides the fundamental building blocks :
- threads (can call a function or a function object)
- thread groups
- mutexes & scoped locking
- condition variables
- thread-specific storage
- ''once'' functions.

Be sure to follow the instructions as to how to build the library though. It can be tricky (especially as you hunt for the actual output files).

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