Monday, December 21, 2009 7:07 AMAfter many years developing VC++ aplications for my own business I am trying to come to grips with multi-thread development using C++ and VS 2010 beta 2. I am finding that much of the syntax is either actually new, or just new to me (in that I have had no reason to use it before). Also, I feel in need of a "Getting started with multi-thread programming in C++" document, or such like.
I remember when I was first starting to use MFC I found the on-line documentation contained an excellent introduction to the Document/View architecture, which quickly got me up and running. Can anyone direct me to a similar resource for parallel programming (a much wider scope, I realise), either buried in the current MSDN documentation, or as a Microsoft or third party publication?
The documentation of individual classes in MSDN is fine; it's just that I find it difficult to work out how it all hangs together.
I am running VS on a dual quad core machine (so 8 threads). I can work through sample code OK, but nevertheless feel I could speed up the learning process by finding a suitable "Getting started" document.
Thanks in advance
Tuesday, December 22, 2009 12:46 AM
I hope you find these links good start point
o Samples: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/concrtextras
- Marked As Answer by rickmolloy Saturday, January 02, 2010 5:09 PM
Wednesday, December 23, 2009 12:27 PMAmeen, many thanks; plenty to chew on there!
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