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static variables in threads

Posted on 2006-10-18
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If a static variable is declared within a function that is called by multiple threads, I would think the static variable would be shared among threads - e.g. it is not thread safe.  Am I correct about this?
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Hi chsalvia,

Yes you are correct.

Cheers!
sunnycoder
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