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GeneralRe: how to find time consumed for sorting a given array[sorted/unsorted] Pin
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Generalsegmentation fault??? Pin
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Questionusing SHFileOperationW, how to tell when complete and close dialog box Pin
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Code-o-mat15-Feb-12 22:41
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It most likely does run in a separate thread but it also probably waits until this thread is done (just guessing this). However, if you experience that right after the operation some files can't be accessed it might be that the thread didn't release open handles yet to them (e.g. it is still in the process of terminating or somesuch) you could implement somekind of timeout mechanism, you try to access the file and keep trying periodically with some delays inbetween until you either succeed or some preset time period has passed, if you couldn't perform the operation before the time expired, error.
> The problem with computers is that they do what you tell them to do and not what you want them to do. <
> If it doesn't matter, it's antimatter.<

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QuestionHow to create TCP connections between two clients in different LAN? Pin
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