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C Plus Plus Multithreading Cookbook Milos L
In The Name Of Allah
Al-Salam Alekum

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Table of Contents:
Preface 1
Chapter 1: Introduction to C++ Concepts and Features 7
Introduction 7
Creating a C++ project 8
Program structure, execution flw, and runtime objects 10
The structural programming approach 14
Understanding the object-oriented programming approach 17
Explaining inheritance, overloading, and overriding 19
Understanding polymorphism 24
Event handlers and Message Passing Interface 28
Linked list, queue, and stack examples 34
Chapter 2: The Concepts of Process and Thread 45
Introduction 45
Processes and threads 46
Explaining the process model 47
Implementation of processes 51
IPC – Interprocess Communication 55
Solving classical IPC problems 65
Implementation of the thread model 75
Thread usage 81
Implementing threads in user space 89
Implementing threads in the kernel 99
Chapter 3: Managing Threads 105
Introduction 105
Processes versus threads 106
Permissive versus preemptive multitasking 110
Explaining the Windows Thread object 111
Basic thread management 112
Table of Contents
Implementing threads without synchronization 121
Using synchronized threads 127
Win32 synchronization objects and techniques 133
Chapter 4: Message Passing 141
Introduction 141
Explaining the Message Passing Interface 142
Understanding a message queue 147
Using the thread message queue 156
Communicating through the pipe object 161
Chapter 5: Thread Synchronization and Concurrent Operations 167
Introduction 167
Pseudoparallelism 168
Understanding process and thread priority 168
The Windows dispatcher object and scheduling 176
Using mutex 177
Using semaphore 187
Using event 197
Using critical section 206
Using pipes 215
Chapter 6: Threads in the .NET Framework 233
Introduction 233
Managed versus unmanaged code 234
How threading works in .NET 235
The difference between foreground and background threads 243
Understanding the .NET synchronization essentials 247
Locking and avoiding deadlocks 254
Thread safety and types of the .NET framework 261
Signaling with event wait handles 263
Event-based Asynchronous Pattern 269
Using the BackgroundWorker class 276
Interrupting, aborting, and safe canceling the thread execution 281
Non-blocking synchronization 291
Signaling with Wait and Pulse 294
The Barrier class 299
Table of Contents
Chapter 7: Understanding Concurrent Code Design 309
Introduction 309
How to design parallel applications 310
Understanding parallelism in code design 316
Turning on to a parallel approach 324
Improving the performance factors 332
Chapter 8: Advanced Thread Management 341
Introduction 341
Using thread pools 342
Customizing the thread pool dispatcher 354
Using remote threading 371
Appendix 381
Installing MySQL Connector/C 381
Installing WinDDK – Driver Development Kit 384
Setting up a Visual Studio project for driver compilation 386
Using the DebugView application 392
Setting up a Visual Studio project for OpenMP compilation 393
Index 397

Wa Salam Alekum
* Thankful to Allah *
Thanks for the book, though it would be nice if you could wrap the text in spoiler tags. Then we don't have to scroll down all the way if we want to reply. Thanks buddy!
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(09-11-2017, 09:45 PM)Bish0pQ Wrote: Thanks for the book, though it would be nice if you could wrap the text in spoiler tags. Then we don't have to scroll down all the way if we want to reply. Thanks buddy!

Okay my bro Wink
When I came back home, I'll edit it. Wink
* Thankful to Allah *

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