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Effective Multithreading in OS/2 by Len…

Effective Multithreading in OS/2

by Len Dorfman

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This guide shows C, Windows and systems programmers how to blend OS/2's multi-tasking capabilities into their application programs. Beginning with the basic concepts of writing multi-threaded programs, the guide presents an overview of the OS/2 operating system, and indicates where multi-tasking fits into it. The authors then describe more complex multi-tasking demonstration programs and the OS/2 programmer's interface. Finally, the authors provide an overlay interface to OS/2's multi-tasking properties to help readers develop their own multi-tasking programs.

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