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Are they ok? Is there anything better?


Are they ok, for what? Is there anything better for what purpose?

To be a little more precise on my answer: Take a look at what pthreads offer you. Take a look at what you are trying to do. If pthreads fullfill all your needs they're ok. If they don't you should look for something else.

[edited by - Wildfire on November 29, 2003 10:11:32 AM]

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Hello vesoljc,

pthreads are the way to go if your on a unix system (Linux, Sun, Mac OSX).
It for posix standard threads hence the name pthread. Perty much they all have same calls and arguments but there might be a few methods added base on platfrom.

If your worried about cross platform then get a tread wrapper class or interface that codes to what the system has for threads.

Lord Bart

[edited by - lord bart on November 29, 2003 1:43:14 PM]

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