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Questionre: sending a text message from main thread to a client thread Pin
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Rajesh R Subramanian11-Nov-09 6:57
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Alan Kurlansky wrote:
because the primary thread is processing high speed, real time data.


That's precisely what worker threads are for! You shouldn't be putting such heavy processing on the primary thread. Your approach is flawed.


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QuestionCFileDialog creates problem under unicode standard Pin
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QuestionCreating a expert system and need some help please Pin
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