Chapter 16. Multithreading
by David Bennett and Mickey Williams
In This Chapter
The Win32 operating systems support multiple processes, which are given their own memory address space. In addition, Win32 supports multiple threads within a process. When any application (or process) starts, it has one primary thread. The application then may start up additional threads, which execute independently. All threads share the one memory space of the process in which they are created.
In this chapter, you will see how you can create your own multithreaded applications with MFC, as ...