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threads -> multiple?

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I need to start a bunch of threads in the simplest way possible.

However, I don't know how many I will need to start.

Is it valid to call pthread_create with the same tid ,attr, and handler
function variables? I don't need any info from the threads (they know
what to do).

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Luke StClair
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Luke <cl*****@uiuc.edu> spoke thus:
I need to start a bunch of threads in the simplest way possible.


Then you probably want to hang out on comp.programming.threads, or
perhaps comp.unix.programmer. This newsgroup discusses ANSI C only,
which does not cover threads at all.

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Nov 13 '05 #2

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On Thu, 04 Dec 2003 18:27:41 +0000, Luke wrote:

I need to start a bunch of threads in the simplest way possible.

However, I don't know how many I will need to start.

Is it valid to call pthread_create with the same tid ,attr, and handler
function variables? I don't need any info from the threads (they know
what to do).


Which is more than we can say, since C doesn't have thread support. Try a
newsgroup specific to your implementation, OS, thread library or whatever.
Nov 13 '05 #3

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