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Posted on 1998-11-24
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Hi All,
Could anyone direct me to a tutorial on the web that has good example code on synchronization of multiple processes, >2, using sempahores. This is being done in UNIX/C.
Thanks all. bf_ware@hotmail.com
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try the following search on www.altavista.com

+semaphore* +unix +example

and you get lots of URLs.

If you then have trouble with an algorithm , post it and you'll comment it.
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