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The following code is inside a While loop which will start from 6 - 12 threads.

                Dim phoneWorkerThread As New Thread(AddressOf startPhoneMonitoring)
                phoneWorkerThread.Start(sendRow)

Each thread runs in a continuous loop.

Once in a while I get a message (in Debug.Write) like this
The thread '<No Name>' (0x1e80) has exited with code 0 (0x0).

I know I can name a thread...but how do I get that message to say something like
The thread 'Process 7 ' (0x1e80) has exited with code 0 (0x0).
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Changing the name should change it the message:

                Dim phoneWorkerThread As New Thread(AddressOf startPhoneMonitoring)
                phoneWorkerThread.Name = "Process " + i.ToString()  ' i being the loop counter.
                phoneWorkerThread.Start(sendRow)
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