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Mastering C++ Programming by Jeganathan Swaminathan

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How to write a multithreaded application using the native C++ thread feature

Interestingly, it is pretty simple to write a multithreaded application using the C++ thread support library:  

#include <thread>using namespace std;thread instance ( thread_procedure )

The thread class was introduced in C++11. This function can be used to create a thread. The equivalent of this function is pthread_create in the POSIX pthread library. 

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thread_procedure

Thread function pointer

Now a bit about the argument that returns the thread ID in the following code:

this_thread::get_id ()

This function is equivalent to the pthread_self() function in the POSIX pthread library. Refer to the following code:

thread::join()

The join() ...

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