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Using named pipes

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I am trying to use named pipes to interprocess communication.
My concern is the cpu wait time between them.
Can someone show me the code to do this in VBNet?
Is there an event that can be associated with the existence of text in
the pipe that can fire and hence not use any cpu time?

Any help is much appreciated.
Nov 21 '05 #1
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In article <mq********************************@4ax.com>, mo****@hotmail.com wrote:
I am trying to use named pipes to interprocess communication.
My concern is the cpu wait time between them.
Can someone show me the code to do this in VBNet?
Is there an event that can be associated with the existence of text in
the pipe that can fire and hence not use any cpu time?

Any help is much appreciated.


http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...and_output.asp

The above article might be a good place to start on using async named
pipes.

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