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I want to make a working thread, but i never make that. anyone have  code to make this simply? how can i comunicate within threads? how can i call a function within one thread from anover?
Thanx in advance.

Mário Guedes
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Look into the documentation that comes with Visual C++: Visual C++ Programmer's Guide\Adding Program Functionality\Details\Multithreading Topics\Multithreading with C++ and MFC\Multithreading: Creating Worker Threads. There are also several samples.
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