Thread safety question

Hello,

In a VB.net 2010 project I have several backgroundwoker objects (drag and dropped on form). Each runs a continuous loop doing various tasks. Each loop contains several calls to a kernal dll: QueryPerformanceCounter. The loops repeat about every 10 ms.

Even though the code "appears" to run as expected, I am wondering if there are any thread safety issues with multiple background workers calling the same dll function?

Thanks,
bartj
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
You should not have any problem, since that function simply returns an internal value.

To make sure, enclose the call in a Try...Catch and log the exceptions somewhere. If after a while the log is empty, then you will know there is no problem.
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bartdspAuthor Commented:
Great!...quick, concice and a method to test...Thanks!
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