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Why isn't there a standard for C++ threads?

Posted on 2006-04-11
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Why is not there ANSII std. explanation for C++ multithreads?

If any one know C++ std thread documentation, could you please point me to that?

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jkr earned 200 total points
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Use pthreads, they're available for all platforms: http://www.llnl.gov/computing/tutorials/pthreads/
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Axter earned 200 total points
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>>If any one know C++ std thread documentation, could you please point me to that?

You could use boost thread library.

It's more portable than using pthread.

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