Chapter 42. Processes and Multithreading

In our everyday lives, we all do a number of things such as go to work, have appointments, and visit with friends or family; we are all very busy, of course. Sometimes we can do two things simultaneously, such as speaking on the phone while writing something on a piece of paper, but in most cases we do just one thing at a time. After all, there is only one of us. It would be great if we could share our things to do with other people so that multiple people could do the same work concurrently. We would be less tired and would have more time for relaxing or being with our families. ...

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