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Oxygene by Example – Threading

RemObjects Blogs – Threads are ways to run multiple things in parallel, at the same time. Each program in Oxygene has 1 or more threads, by default just one, which is the main thread, which is the one in which the gui code runs. Using multi-threading allows you to run something in the background, while keeping your main thread responding to actions from the user (in a gui application). It’s also useful when dealing with blocking operations, like sockets and data access. There’s no practical limit to the number of threads that run at once, it depends on the system resources (memory, cpu) how many will ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Carlo Kok @ 2012-01-02 16:35


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