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Another solution might be to separate the logging from the data acquisition. In other words, instead of receiving data from the pipe(s) and immedialtely log it to a control, how about adding the data to some type of container (e.g., string, vector, list) and let the edit control update itself from that container in a separate thread?

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QuestionHow to repeat call to MapViewOfFile with a different range on a file, to write bigger buffer.? Pin
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