Threads are a common building block for multitasking inside a single process. A thread is an independent stream of program execution that has access to the memory of other threads.
To start using threads, we will have to execute the following steps:
Thread.sleepfrom the thread to be paused.
auto thread = new Thread, passing it as a pointer to your function.
thread.startto begin execution.
Take a look at the following code:
import core.thread; import core.atomic; import std.stdio; int count = 0; shared(int) sharedCount = 0; // this is the function ...