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C# Multithreaded and Parallel Programming by Rodney Ringler

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Using the Threads window

The Threads window in the Visual Studio debugger allows you to view details of all of the threads in an application and work with them. You can view the stack of each thread. You can freeze or thaw a thread, and view all of the details concerning a thread.

If you start the debugger in an application and then go to Debug | Windows, you can select the Threads window. If you do this, you should see something like the following; this is the Threads window for the thread's version of the OldStarFinder program we did in Chapter 7, Data Parallelism:

Using the Threads window

Let's take a look at this window and examine it in detail. It contains the following ...

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