We can work with many
BackgroundWorker components in order to run many concurrent threads. Usually, we will use the
Thread class to run many threads at once, but the
BackgroundWorker class provides us an easy way to do this as well. As we learned in the previous chapter, the performance results will depend upon the number of cores or processors available in the computer in which we run the application and how busy each core is with other threads of execution.
Using the real algorithms, the process of breaking the four Unicode characters code is very intensive and requires more time than expected. Breaking the code must take the minimum time possible. So far, we have been using multithreading to ...